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FUTURE PLAN > 

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^ .'1945 

RE E SE UBRAflY - AUGUSTA SW^NR/ERSm 




The Studexts 

OF 

The Academy of Richmond County 

AISTD 

The Junior College of Augusta 



present 




Foreword . 



As a constant reminder of the varied experiences 
related to this year at the Richmond Academy and 
[unior College we present to you. the student body, 
the 1945 volume of the Rainbow. This school year 
has brought many of the usual, once taken-for- 
granted. pleasures of school life; it has also brought 
many more serious aspects. 

You have asked yourselves how ynu could help 
best in the nation's war effort. To you who have 
resolved to heli) by continuing your high school 
and college training for leadership in tomorrow's 
world, and to you who will leave the campus to go 
into more direct service — we offer this volume, with 
the hope that through these pages you may relieve 
the unforgettable events of these years of your high 
school and college life. 



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Mr. T. M. Nichols 
President 



Our "Botird 

FJucation 




S. D. Copeland, A. B.. LL.D. 
Superintendent 




Members of tiie Board 




Our President 
and 
Dean 




Anton Paul Markert, B.S.,MA. 
Dean 




This is Our Office 



Miss Elnora Merlins 
Registrar 

Miss Erma Rumbley 
Secretary- 



May we introduce you to Miss Martins and Miss Rumb- 
ley, our office staff! When asked what their jobs consisted 
of, the answer was "From soup to nuts". A few of the 
things they do are: help Mr. Markert in the book store, 
collect fees, give out rings, make up transcripts, keep at- 
tendance records, make out various reports for the state 
and different organizations, and do the general office work. 
Do you now wonder how these two very charming young 
ladies can smile so nicely whenever you see them? 




And Faculty 




MR. SCOTT 





ME. READ 



MR. MITCHELL 




J. E. Eubanks. Latin; H. M. Feltler, English; A. D. Gaskin, English: W. L. Maden. French; D. F. McDowell, Spanish: C. H. 
Mitchell. English; J. B. Moore, English: A. G. Owens, English; H. O. Read. English; G. M. Scott. English; C. M. Sutton. En- 
glish; H. Wilhelm, German. 




Socia/ Sciences 

J. O. Bostick. History; C. G. Cordle, History; N. L. Galloway, Education; G. T. How- 
ard, History; T. J. Huffman. History; B. R. Smith, History. 



Mr. Cordle 



Math Instructors 





Mr. Eubanks 




J. M. Buckner. C. M. Etheridge, J. T. Hains. G. T. Landford, J. C. Lucky, J. R. Mosely. 



Mr. Buckner 



Science Department 







Mr. Scruggs 



P. W. Bethea, Science: T. J. Blalock, Chemistry; O. 
W. Chandler, Biology: F. R. Derrick, Biology: J. O. 
Derrick, Chemistry; L. A. Griffin, Biology; J. J. Nbc- 
on. Science: C. A. Scruggs. Chemistry; J. L. Talley, 
Physics: R. B. Ward. Science. 



Commercial 

Department 



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H. C. Harman, W. R. Kennedy, C. 
H. Truan. 



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Special Teachers 

Our Faculty 



E. M. Home. Agriculture; L. Ogden, Vocational Guidance; 
G. M. Dasher, Shop; L. J. Stacker, Drawing; W. R. Beach- 
am. Music. 




The College 




Our 




PRESIDENT KATHARINE NORVELL 

VICE-PRESIDENT HOFFMAN HARRIS 

SECRETARY ANNE KELLY 

TREASURER JACK HOWARD 



NORVELL 



HARRIS 



KELLY 



HOWARD 




And Sophomores 



CORAL MILTON BANKS 
"Varietij is the mother of 

enjoyment" 

Cheer leader 1; Glee Club 2; Sig- 
ma Delta Chi 2; Sponsor 2. 



FLOEENCE DOLINSKY 

"/£ is amazing how little literature 
there is in the world." 

Basketball 1. 




LEILOU CALDWELL 

"yl fair e.':terior is a silent 
recommeyulation" 

Y. W. C. A. 1; Honor 1; Sponsor 1. 



FAYE DUNAWAY 

"A cheerful disposition is a prism 
that reflects blue rai/s." 

Honor 1; Sponsor 2; President of 
Literary Society 2; President of 
Spanish Club 2; Assistant Secre- 
tary of Glee Club 2; Associate Ed- 
ito7- of Rainbow 2. 



JOHN GORDON CLARK 
"//c7/ /hid a trftij." 

IliKti Honor 1; Phi Tlicta Kappa 2. 



LOULIE REDD DUNN 

"The cautions seldom err." 

High Honor 1 ; Librarian of Glee 
Club 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 




POLLY JO EVANS 

"The trick of singularity" 

Honor 1; Editor-in-chief of Rain- 
l)Ow 2; Literary Society 2; Glee 
Club 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



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DOROTHY C. GILLMAN 

"Silence never betrays." 

Honor 1; Literary society 2. 



MIRIAM S. FLEMING 

"Better l>ii far i/on s/io«W forget 

and stnile tlmv that yon xhonld 

remember and Itc sad." 

Glee Club 2. 



WILLIAM 0. GRANADE 

*'i>inffui>ie otir hondaijc ns tre irill. 
Tix u-omnn, irottian rittes us stilt." 
The TrianRle 1, 2; Treasurer 2; 

Major R. O. T. C. 1; Lieutenant- 
Colonel 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Secretary- 
treasurer of Sabre Club 1. 



MARGIE GIBBS 

".Music hnth clinrnis to soothe tJie 
savnuc fccn.s(." 

Honor 1; Basketball 1, 2; Presi- 
<lent of Glee Club 2; Rainbow 
<tafF 2. 



AUDREY VIVIAN GREEN 

".Make business a pleasure and 
pleasure a business." 

Spanish Club 2; Literary Society 
2; Glee Club 2; Sijrma Delta Chi 2. 



Sophomores 




MARTHA LANG HOGAN 

"Know, then, that I consider brown 
For ladies' eyes the only color." 



Sponsor 
Club 2. 



JOE E. GREENE 

"Facts and Figures; Put 'em 
doimi!" 

The Triangle 2; Eho Chi 2. 



2; Secretary of Glee 




THOMAS JACK HOWARD 

"The test of a man is the fight he 

lyiakes." 
High honor 1; Lieutenant 1; Cap- 
tain 2; The Triangle 1, 2; Sabre 
Club 1, 2; President of Rho Chi 
2; Treasurer of class 2; Literary 
Society 2; Student Council 2; Mus- 
keteer staff 2; Rainbow staff 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



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i BESSIE B. HANKINSON 

"Blushing is the color of virtue." 




NORMA ELIZABETH HUDSON 

"Thy modest/i is a candle to tin/ 
merit." 

Literary Society 2; Spanish Club 
2; Assistant business manager of 
Rainbow 2. 




JAMES HOFFMAN HARRIS 

"Be happy, but be happy through 
iriety." 

Vice-president of class 2; Vice- 
president of Spanish Club 2; Lit- 
craiy Society 2; Student Council 
2; Rainbow staff 2; Musketeer 
staff 2; The Triangle 2. 




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SARA NATALIE JOLLES 

"The artilkrii of words." 

High honor 1; Literary Society 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



MARGAnCT C. KELLY 

"She loves to laugh, sh^ loves to 

walk; 
And, oh, mil heart, she loves to 
talk." 

Honor 1. 




DORIS HARDY JONES 

"But give me my love and a fig 

for the H'orW." 

Spanish Club 2. 




HARRY L. KIRKLANI), JR. 

"/( IS a r/reat ptayiie to he too 
hatulsome a man." 

Basketball 1; Sabre Club 1, 2; 
Lieutenant 1; Captain 2; Secretary 
of The Triangle 2. 



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■ AX.VE KELLY 

"A little nonaenae now and then is 
relished bn the wisest men." 

Highest honor 1; Advertising Man- 
ager of Musketeer 2; Treasurer of 
Student Council 2; Secretary of 
class 2: Literary Society 2; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2. 



DONNA MARIE McCOY 

"A girl thou seemest of cheerful 

jiesterdnys and confident 

tomorrows." 

Honor 1 ; Sponsor 1 ; Y. W. C. A. 1. 




Sophomores 




KATHEEINE NORVELL 

"The leader vias a looman" 

Honor 1 ; President of class 2 ; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Glee Club 2; Lit- 
erary Society 2; Muslteteer staff 2; 
Advertising manager of Rain- 
bow 2. 



JEANNE McGAHEE 

"A still and quiet conscience" 

Y. W. C. A. 1; Literary Society 
2; Rainbow staff 2. 




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MERRIE OVERSTREET 

^What should I do hut be merry? 

Literary Society 2. 



ItfEARA McKIE 

"In framing an artist, art hath 
thii^ decreed 
To make some good, but others 
to exceed." 

Literary Society 2; Glee Club 2; 
Art editor of Rainbow 2. 




J. CORTEZ POWELL 

"A pair of legs encased in 
breeches." 

The Triangle 1, 2; President 2; 
Basketball 1,2; Letter 1, 2; Sabre 
Club 1, 2; 1st Lieutenant 1; 
Major 2. 



CAROLYNE MORGAN 

"/ wouldn't be an angel, for angels 
have to sing, 
I'd rather he a sophomore and 
never do a thing." 






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JACK L. RHODES 

"A muXtxUiAe of hooks distracts 
him." 

The Tiiangrle 1, 2; Vice-president 
2: Sabre Club 1, 2; 2nd Lieuten- 
ant 1, 2; Secretary of Rho Chi 2; 
Basketball 1, 2; Letter 1, 2,; Lit- 
erary Society 2. 



RUTH SAWILOVVSKY 

"// silence were ffolden. Ruth 
would be a jMuper." 




JOELLE RUSH 

"The word impossible is not in 
mil dictionarii." 

Hieh honor 1; Business manafter 
of Rainbow 2; Literary Society 2; 
Phi Thcta Kappa 2. 



JOHN M. SEAGO 

"Deeds, not words." 

Rho Chi 2. 




GEORLEEN SALE 

'Smooth runs the water wlirrf ilif 
brook is deep." 



MAXINE SHAPIRO 

"Let us be us happti as we can." 
Sponsor 1; Literary Society 2; 
Photography editor of Rainbow 2. 




Sophomores 




SUZANNE WILLIAMS WADE 

"V/ith her eyes in flood with 
laughter." 

Honor 1 ; Secretary of Literary 
Society 2; Musketeer Staff 2; Lit- 
erary Editor of Rainbow 2; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2. 



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NANCY LEE STEPHENSON 

"The force of her otvn, thought 
WMlces her way." 

Basketball 1, 2; Band 2; Literary 
Society 2. 




ELEANOR WATKINS 
"Happiness is a ^nrtue." 
Pianist of glee club 2. 




DOROTHY NEAL STRINGER 
"Silence is goWen." 





MARTHA CLAUDE WIENGES 

"Youth coHies but 07ice in a 
lifetime." 

Honor 1; Basketball 1; Zeta Rho 
Sigma 1, 2; Vice-President 1; 
Spanish Club 2; Glee Club 2; Lit- 
erary Society 2. 



GRACE TOOLE 

"The magic of a face." 

Vice-President of class 1 ; Secre- 
tary of Student Council 1; Cheer- 
leader 1; Zeta Rho SiRma 1, 2; 
Vice-President 1 ; Glee Club 2; Lit- 
erary Society 2. 




JANE YOUNG 

"Nothing is more trowblesonie than 
the effort of thinking." 




Our 

Freshmen 

Officers 




PRESIDENT PEGGY DAVIDSON 

VICE-PRESIDENT JOHN SMITH 

SECRETARY ANNE PHILPOT 

TREASURER JOHN COCHRANE 




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Freshmen 



Allen, Vera Martina 
Anderson, Elizabeth 
Balk, Arthur Jordan o. 
Barnes, Jane Wilson 




Beckum. Ruth Claire Blanchard, William Eugene 

BlackwcU, Wallace Norman Brake. Bennie 

Broome. Carolyn 




Our 



Broome, Dorothy Marian 
Brown, William Charles 
Burdashaw, Agnes E. 



Cherous, Eugenia George 
Cochrane. John Arthur 
Cohen, Sheldon Bradley 





Connell, Harriette 
Davidson, Peggy Lamar 
Davis, William Albert 
- Deas, H. Grad\- 




Freshmen 





Durden. Claudia June 
Edgar, Mary Ellen 
Farr. Adele V. 



Farriba. Anne 
Fields, Maude E. 
Francis. Joe T. 



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DeBeaugrine,. June Francis 
DeVaney, Edward Delmar ^ 
Dobyns. G. June 
Drane. James Emmett 




Gallagher, Ellen Mary 
Gallagher, Mary Ellen 
Garrett, Josephine 



Grammar, Fay 
Hains. Vyvyan 
Hale, Joyce 



Our 



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Hamilton, Jasper 
Harrell. Henry P. 
Harris. William E. 
Harrison, Phil S. 




Freshmen 











Home, Eugenia L. 


Jones, Mary Ellis 




Jolinson, Eva Sue 


Knuck, Peggy 




Johnson, Georgia 


Kogcr, Mae Belle 


Hawkins. La Vaughn 






Hawn. Frances L. 






Hodges, Jackie 






Hoffman, Ann 




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Koger. Shirley 


May. Sara Virginia 


Lauthner, Betty 


Merritt, Mary E. 


Martin, Virginia 


Middleton, Betty 





>. McConnell, Bright 
McFeely, Robert A. 
Oellerich, Dietrich W. 

rs, Parduc, Clinton E. 




Freshmen 




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j.- Phillips, Inman C. 
Philpot. Anne 
Poole. Barabara 



Pritchard, W. Jackson 
Punaro. A. Edward A 
Hedish, Barbara 








Pardue. Mary Nell 

Patterson. Mary Miriam 

Pippin, Edward 

Petty. Charles E. 




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Rhine, Joseph W. 

Robinson. Clayton B. 

Roesel. George A. 



Rupert, Mary M. 
Sacre, William A. 
Savage, Clarence R. 



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Scharnitzky. Emile O. 

Schmidt. Irdell 
Scoggins. Henry Deer 
Scott. Loyce Elizabeth 




Freshmen 





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Scott, Martha Ann 

Seigler. Eula Lulyanne 

Sims. Claude William 

Smaiagdis, Mary C. 




Smith, John Scurry 

Steed, Dorothy Mae 

Stephenson, Ruth Jean 



Thomas, Joseph B. 

Thomokins, Arienne 

Veal, Jess Ralph 



Verdery. Leonard, Francis Von Sprecken, Mary Chase 




Washington, Betty A. Welch, Harold Guy 

Whaley, William Richard Wilensky, Shirley 

Whitaker, John Allen Williams, WUliam Talbert 

White, Sudie Self Willingham, Edward Lee 



Our Freshmen 




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Wong, Lillian 

Woodward, Marion A. 

Wright, Joseph David 

Wright, Mildred H. 




THE CADETS 




Our 

Senior Officers 





PRESIDENT -- JIMMY BABBITT 

VICE PRESIDENT ------- HARRY BAILEY 

SECRETARY ------- - - JACK BANKS 

TREASURER ------- - WILLIAM SMITH 




BABBITT 
BAILEY 

BANKS 

SMITH 



Seniors 



JOHN D. ADAMS 

Transfer 3; Glee Club 4; President 4; Eichmond Hi-Y 4; Varsity 
Football 4; Sergeant 4; 1st Lieutenant 4. 



LARRY A. ADKINS 
Track 3; Sergeant 4. 



EARL ANDERSON 



JOHN ASHLEY 



HARRY BELL BAILEY, JR. 

Honors 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: 
Secretary 3; Vice-President 3: President 4; Block "R" Club 3, 4; 
Sabre Club 4; Freshman Literary Society 1; Glee Club 4: ''B" Var- 
sity Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Rainbow staff 4; Ser- 
geant 3; Captain 4; Major 4; M. S. & T. Merit Bar 2; Class Vic-- 
President 4; Musketeer staff 4; Best Drilled Company 1; Student 
Council 4. 



JIMMY BABBITT 

"B" Varsity Basketball 2; Sportsmanship Medal, "B" Varsity Bas- 
ketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; "B" Varsity Football 2; Varsity 
Football 3,4; Captain 4; Friedman Trophy 4; Class President 3, 4; 
Student Council 3,4; Vice-President 4; Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treas- 
urer 3; Vice-President 4; Sergeant 3, 4; Rainbow staff 4; Gles 
Club 4. 



JOHN JULIAN BANKS 

Transfer 2; Cheer Leader 3; Sergeant 3; Captain 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Richmond Hi-Y 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Block 
"R" Club 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; Glee Club 4; Rainbow staff 4. 



H. E. BENTLEY, 
Best Drilled Company 3; Rainbow staff 4; Sergeant 4. 



JAMES H. RISllOI', JR. 
Rainbow staff 4; Corporal 4; Sjianish Club I. 



CHARLES BOHLER 





Seniors 

GEORGE BARRETT BOSWELL 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Band 4. 



RICHARD BOYD 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4. 



BILLY MAC BRIDGES 
Best Drilled Company 2, :!; Glee Club 4. 



EUGENE N. BRUKER 

Sergeant 2, :!, 4; Best Drilled Company 2, 3; Best Drilled Platoon 2: 
Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Glee Club 4; Rainbow 
staff 4"; Block "R" Club 3, 4. 



JULIAN J. BUGG 

Rainbow staff 4; Best Drilled Platoon 3; High Honors 2, 3; Honors I; 
Spanish Club 4; Corporal 4. 



C. \V. BURRUM, JR. 
Sergeant 4. 



PRESTON B. BUSSEY 
Sergeant 4; Glee Club 4; Orchestra 4. 



ANDREW R. CATO 
Honor 2. 



SAM CLAYTOR 
Corporal 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Rest Drilled Platoon 3. 



JOHN L. CHILDRESS 

Varsity Football 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Block 
"R" Club 4. 



Seniors 

JIMMIE C. COLEMAN 
Sergeant 4. 



HAROLD L. COLE 
Honors 2; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; M. S. & T. Merit Bar 2. 



B. A. CULPEPPER, JR. 
Track 2. 



F. J. CULPEPPER 

"B" Varsity Football 2; Varsity Football .3, 4; Most Valuable Player 
3; Best Back 4; Sergeant 3. 



ROBERT G. DENNIS 

Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Rainbow staff 4: Business 
Manager 4; Sergeant 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Golf 2, 3; Best Drilled 
Platoon 3; Block "R" Club 3, 4. 



BEVERLY DOLAN 

Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; "B" 
Varsity Football 2. 



FRED DRESSEL, JR. 
Literary Society 3; Sergeant 4; Varsity Footbali 



PAT EVANS 

Beta Club 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Secretary 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Band Medal 3; Merit Bar 1, 2; 
1). A. R. 3; Highest Honors 2, 3; Valedictorian 4. 



F. M. FAULK, JR. 
Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 4; Honors 3. 



JOE EDWARD FAULKNER 

Beta Club 3, 4; Honors 1: High Honors 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Sabre 
Club I; Spanish Club 4: Literary Society 4; Sergeant 3; Captain 4; 
Rainbow staff 4: Class Officer 1, 2. 




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Seniors 



SIDNEY FOSTER 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4. 



SAM B. FOX 

Honors 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Literary Society 2, 3; 
Debating 3; Sabre Club 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; Best Drilled Cadet 3; 
Merit Bar 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 3; Captain 4. 



ROBERT S. GEER 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Musketper staff 4. 



.1. H. GIBSON 



ROSCOE GUY 
Sergeant 4. 



DONALD HALL 

Glee Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Rainbow staff 4; Corporal 2, 3; Ser- 
geant 4. 



GEORGE HARTH 

Beta Club 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Sabre Club 4; Glee 
Club 4; Sergeant 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; Merit Bar 2, 3; Honors 1, 2, 3. 



L. W. HELMLY 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Merit Bar 2; Track 



\V. R. HEMPHILL 
Corporal 4; Track 3. 



W. T. HERRINGTON 
Sergeant 4; Track 3. 



Seniors 

RICHARD S. HESLEN 
Serg-eant 2, 3, 4. 



TOMMY HODGES 
Richmond Hi-Y 3: Sergeant 3. 4; Cheer Leader 4. 



A. G. HOLMES 



J. A. HORNE 



MARION HUDSON 



JOHN HUGHES 
Coi-poral 4; Honors 2. 



TED HUNTER 
Glee Club 4; Sabi-e Club 4; Corporal 3; Captain 4. 



B. L. JOHNSON 
Sergeant 4; Honors 1. 



WILBUR D. JONES, JR. 
Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4. 



JAMES A. KEMP 

Transfer 3; High Honors 3; Rainbow staff 4; Activities Editor 4; 
Best Drilled Platoon 3. 





Seniors 



JACK M. KENNEDY 
Sergeant 4; Rifle 4; Best Drilled Company 2, 3. 



REMER KENT, JR. 
Corporal 4. 



M. P. LAKISEY 
Best Drilled Platoon 3. 



IRVIN L. LEVY 



Honors 1, 2, 3: Beta Club 3; Corporal 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4. 



CHARLES H. LIVINGSTON 
Honors 2, 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 



BOBBY G. LYONS 

Academv Hi-Y 3, 4; Block "R" Club 3, 4; Sergeant 3, 4; Musketeer 
staff 4; "Sports Editor 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Track 3; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4. 



JAMES H. MAINOR 
Transfer 4; Corporal 4. 



VAUGHN L. MAXWELL 

Honors 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Rich- 
mond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Block "R" Club 
3, 4; Secretary 3; Sabre Club 4; Sergeant 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; Rain- 
bow staff 4; Editor-in-chief 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 4; 
President of Class 1; Vice-President of Class 3; Glee Club 4; Student 
Council 3; Merit Bar 2. 




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EDWIN M. MAY 

Sergeant 4; Musketeer staff 4; Circulation Manager 4; Hainbiiw 
staff 4; Hi-Y 4. 




(STANTON LEWIS— No Picture) 



Seniors 



DAVE McDowell 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; High Honors 1, 2; Sergeant 4; Musketeer staff 



WALTEE W. McELMURRAY, JR. 
Sergeant 4; Rainbow staff 4; Musketeer staff 4; Hi-Y 4. 



PAT McKINNEY, JR. 



ARTHUR H. MERRY 

Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4, 5; Sabre Club 4, 5; Glee 
Club 5. 



E. HOWARD MERRY 

Honors 1; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Rainbow staff 4; 
Literary Editor 4; Musketeer staff 4; Glee Club 4; Corporal 3; 1st 
Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Best Drilled Company 2, 3; Best Drillad 
Platoon 2. 



FRELON WILLIAM MITCHELL, JR. 

Corporal 4; Sergeant 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Best Drilled Company 4; 
Musketeer staff 5. 



JOHN E. MITCHELL 
Corporal 3, 4; Best Drilled Company 2, 3. 



MARION HAGOOD MIXSON 



M. K. MONK 
1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Rifle 4. 



WARREN CARL MORAN 

Freshman Basketball 1; Class Presidenl2: Richmond Hi-Y 4; Var- 
sity Football 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Coiporal of Prize Squail 2: 
Glee Club 4; Sergeant 4; Block "R" Cluh f; Musketeer stalf 4; 
Glee Club Secretary 4; Hi-Y Treasurer 4; Literary Society 2. 




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Seniors 



H. B. MUNDY 
Sergeant 4; Corporal 2; Spanish Club 4. 



E. J. MUKPHY 

Corporal .'J; Sergeant 4; Best Iirilled Platoon •"; Richmond Hi-Y' \: 
Rainbow staff 4. 



BILLY R. MURRAY 
Corporal 2; Sergeant 3, 4: Glee Club 4. 



JAMES H. OWENS 
Sergeant 4. 



G. E. PERKINS 
Sergeant 'i\ 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4. 



E. L. PERRY 

Honors 1, 2; Beta Club 3; Sergeant 3; Captain 4; Sabre Club 4: 
Richmond Hi-Y 4. 



F. L. PETERSON 
Varsity Football 4. 



BOBBY PHILLIPS 
"A" Varsity Football 4: Lt. 3; Capt. 4; Sabre Club 3, 4. 



CHARLES PHILLIPS 

Corporal 1; Sergeant 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; "B" Varsity Foot- 
ball 1; AU-G. I. A. A. 4; Most Valuable Player 4. 



T. IRVIN FUND 

Best I)rilled Company 2, 3; Best Drilled Platoon 2; Richmond Hi-Y 
2, 3; Sergeant 4. 



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Seniors 



SIDNEY RAYNES 

Honors 1, 2, 3; Literary Society 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Corporal 
Sergeant 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Rifle 4; Sabre Club 4. 



A. C. RHODES 
Corporal 4; "B" Varsity Football 3. 



OSCAR RICHARDSON 



JEFF ROGERS 
Best Drilled Company 2, 3; Basketball 3, 4. 



RICHARD ROUNTREE 



F. F. RUSH 

Glee Club 4; Best Drilled Company 2, 3; Best Drilled Platoon 2; 
Sergeant 4; Honors 2. 



JOHN W. SCROGGS 
Track 2, 3; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Sergeant 4; Manager. Track Team 4. 



\V. E. SEIGLEK 

Captain 4, 5; Sabre Club 4, 5; Academy Hi-Y 4, 5; Sergeant 2, 3; 
Varsity Football 4, 5; "B" Varsity Football 3; Block "R" Club 4, o. 



JOHN HAVES SHERMAN 

Honors 1: 1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Richmond Hi-Y 2, :!, 4: 
Treasurer :!; Vice-President 4; Glee Club 4; Rainbow staff 4; Ritli> 
2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Class Secretary 3; Student Cnuncil 3. 



FIELDER SIMPSON 

Biology Club 2; Chemistry Club 2; Honors I. 2: Beta Club 3, 4; 
Richmond Hi-Y 4; Sergeant 4. 




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Seniors 



PAUL L. SIMS 
Sergeant 4; Staff 4. 



BILLY SKINNER 



JIMMIE C. SMITH 

Beta Club -J, 4; Richmond Hi-Y 4; Honors 1, 2, 3; Corporal 3; Ser- 
jeant 4; Best Drilled Platoon 3. 



ROY SMITH 



WILLIAM JAMES SMITH, JR. 

Honors 1; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 4; Academy Hi-Y 3; Richmond Hi-Y 
4; Vice-President 4; Block "R" Club 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Presi- 
dent 4: Rainbow staff 4; Student Council 4; "B" Varsity Basket- 
ball 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Alternate Captain 4; AIl-G. I. A. A. 3; 
Friedman Trophy 3: Sergeant 3, 4; Best Drilled Company 2. 3. 4: Best 
Urilled Platoon 2. 



L. L. SMITH, JR. 
Transfer 4; Band 4; Orchestra 4; Academy Hi-Y 4. 



ROBERT E. SPEARS 
Rifle 4. 



WM. A. ST, JOHN, JR. 
Sergeant 3, 4; Staff 4. 



DONALD S. TIMMERMAN 



Honors 1; Corporal 3; Serfieant 4; Corporal of Prize Squad 
Rainbow staff 4; Richmond Mi-Y 4. 



BOBBY USRY 

Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Class Vice- 
President 1; 1st Lieutenant 4; Corporal 3; High Honors 1; Highpit 
Honors 2, 3; Rifle 3, 4; George Traylor Memorial Medal 2; Rifle 
Medal 3, 4, 



Seniors 



HORACE USRY 

Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Varsity Football 4; Glee Club 4; Best 
Iirilled Company 2, 3. 



ERNEST WAAGNER 

Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Staff 4; Best Drilled Platoon 2; Best 
Drilled Company 2, 3. 



WALLACE WARDLOW 
Sergeant 4. 



SIDNEY R. WASHINGTON, JR. 
Honors 1; Sergeant 3; Captain 4; M. S. & T. Merit Bar 2. 



ROBERT WHALEY 

Sergeant 4. 



BARNEY B. WHITAKER, JR. 
Best Drilled Company 2, 3; Sergeant 4. 



ALONZO WHITLOCK, JR. 

Glee Club -1; Musketeer staff 4; Make-up Editor 4; Best Drilled 
Company 3. 



BARRY WHITNEY 

Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3; Musketeer staff 4; Sabre Club 4; Corporal 3; 

1st Lieutenant 4; Rifle 2, 3, 4; M. S. & T. Merit Bar 2; General 

Wood Medal 3; Rifle Medal 3, 4; "B" Varsity Football 3; Block 
"R" Club 3, 4. 



WILLIAM C. WII.KERSON 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4. 



EARL WILSON 

Corporal 4; Sergeant -■>; "B" Varsity Football 3: "B" Varsitv Bas- 
ketball 3; Freshman Basketball 1; Varsity Football 4, 5; Varsity 
Basketball 4, 5; Track 4; Block "R" Club 4. .'>; Best Drilled Com- 
pany 2, 3; Best Drilled Platoon 2. 





Seniors 



MARION WILLIAMS, JR. 
High Honors 2; Honors 3; Beta Club 4; Sergeant 4. 



LOUIS H. WOLCOTT 

1st Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Beta Club 4; Musketeer staff -1; 
Rainbow staff 4. 



FRANK ALLEN YOUNG 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Rifle 4. 



Last M ill and Testament of the Class of Nineteen Hundred and 
Forty -Fire of the Academy of Richmond County 

State of Georgia 
County of Richmond 

W'c, the class of '45. being in a doubtful state of mind after the arduous journey of the past four years; recogniz- 
ing the fact that soon we will not need various talents, acconiplishnients. and articles jjicked up in said years; real- 
izing that there are under classmen who may need these items to carry on after us in the same spirit of brother- 
hood ami nicrrinient; and hojiing that these gifts will be appreciated and used in respectful nioderatinn, do hereby 
declare and publish this document as our Last Will and Testament. To Wit: 



Item I. John D. .^dams leaves his alto canar^', Margie, but takes his Sam Browne belt with him. 

Item II. Jimmy Babbit leaves his natural knack for the rugged game of tiddlcy-winks to Charlie Pcnn, in the hope that 

little Charlie will go out for the team next year. 

Item III. Harry Bailey leaves his vicious manipulation of the sabre to Scwcll Camp, hoping th;il Sewell is adept at 

first aid. 

Item IV. Jack Barnes leaves his point-racking brand of basketball to Bobby Devancy. hoping Bobby will make .Ml 

G.I..^.,\. next year. 



Item V. Jack Banks leaves his locker with its cherished collection of pin-up girls to Wray Farlowe, in the hope that 

Wray will keep his mind on school work. 

Item VI. To some freshman whose voice has not yet changed, Gene Bruker leaves his hard earned title of "The Frank 

Sinatra of Augusta." 

Item VII. John Childress and Harold Cole leave their daily conversation in a foreign language to anyone who volunteers 

to determine exactly what language it is. 

Item VIII. Though he may need it, Sam Claytor unselfishly leaves his jitterbugging ability to John Fleming. 

Item IX. To Nick Culpepper, Flavins Josephus leaves his swivel-hips, hoping that Nick will carry on the tradition of 

the "Cotton Express." 

Item X. Bob Dennis bequeaths his golf clubs and talents to George Maxwell in the hope that George may help beat 

Lanier next year. 

Item XI. To Hall Peebles, Pat Evans leaves his never ending struggle for passing grades. 

Item XII. Joe Faulkner bequeaths his Castilian accent to Willard Weeks in the hope that VVillard may someday reach 

Spanish 41. 

Item XIII. To some Freshman who never expects to rise above the rank of private, George Harth leaves his Military- 
posture and conduct. 

Item XIV. Billy Jones leaves his record breaking ability to feed the hogs, milk the cows, eat breakfast, comb his hair, and 
catch the bus before 7 : 30, to Shirley Hammack. 

Item XV. To anyone who thinks that he can handle such a combination, Bobby Lyons leaves his ability in all sports and 

his rosy cheeks. 

Item XVI. Howard Merry leaves his profound love for Tech and Physics to Donald Fortson. 

Item XVII. To any toothpaste company who may need it for advertising. Carl Moran leaves his eveready mile-wide grin. 

Item XVIII. Jack Sherman bequeaths his many extra units to any Junior who may find need for them next year. 

Item XIX. Hoping that Mr. Mosely will conserve his already well conser\'ed energy. Fielder Simpson leaves to him his 
slide-rule. 

Item XX. To Pat Smith, who doesn't seem to need it. his big brother. Jimmy, leaves his friendly nature. 

Item XXI. Wilbur Smith bequeaths his successful technique with women to Harr\- Kitchens that Harry may succeed, too. 

lliin XXII. Bobby Usry leaves his pa.ssion for Superman Comics to anyone who still believes in them. 

liini XXllI. To Bobby Mulligan, Barry Whitney leaves his position as "Number One Man" on the Rifle Team. 

Item XXIV. To .some ambitious Freshman aspiring to high positions in the organizations of the School, Vaughn Maxwell 

leaves his e.xtracirdiiiarv executixe abilitv. wit, speeches and all. 

llcTii X.X\'. Irvin Pund leaves his enormous storehouse of |)eroxide to Billy Richardson. 

Item XWl. JrlV Rogers leaves to Miss Mertins and Miss Rumbley his "Flying Fingers" to aid them in their typing. 

Item XX\TI. To the Class of '46. we, the Class of '4,t. leave: our dream of having a practical Honor System; our patience 
in waiting for this .Annual and our Class Rings: our struggle for Sixteen L'nits: our hopes for a G.I.A.A. Title: 
and finally our winning ways with the feminine portion of Junior Cnilcgc. 



Junior Officers 




OLLIE WHEELER 
J. A. BROOKS 
BOBBY DeVANEY 
CHARLES PENN ., 



President 

-Vice-President 

-Secretary 

-Treasurer 



Starting at the lowest stage of their education, the freshman class 
completed the year that presents most of the horrors of high school. After 
getting lost and being frightened by their instructors, the "plelies"" managed 
to complete the preliminaries of high school and drill instruction. 

The sophomores, feeling high and mighty and above the level of the 
freshmen, came f)Ut of their shells and entered "B" sports and other student 
activities. 



Kntcring the R. O. T. C. bad no small effect on the ego of the 



"sophs." 

The turning point of the lower classmen is the Junior. 

These pre-seniors ignored their compatriots, the freshmen and 
sophomores, and were in a distinct class by them.selves, neither upper or 
lower classmen but the "Mr. In-betweens" of high school. 

There is no doubt that the lower classmen's lot is not a happy one. 



Sophomore Officers 





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HARRY KITCHENS President 

JOE HENDERSON Vice-President 

JOHN FLEMING Secretary 

BERT HARBIN Treasurer 



Freshmen Officers 

TOMMY KIRKLAND President 

MILTON SATCHEH Vice-President 

EDWARD WRIGHT Secretary 

C. L. McCARTY Treasurer 



Our Junior Qlass 



Adams, John P. 
Allprood, Thos. Forrest 
Ansley. Thos. L. 
Austin, Allen Thos. 
Avery, James Edward 
Barnes, Marion Eugene 
Barrett, Wm. Hale 
Belger, James D. 
Berry, James Roy 
Berry, William Ray 
Birthisel, Stockton Bodie 
Blackwell, Wm. Wright 
Boerckel, Ralph L. 
Bogeslov, O.'^car Melvin 
Bowden, Thos. Barrett 
Brooks, Jabie Alex 
Buffiington, Julian Thos. 
Burch, Wm. Cater 
Bussey, Wm. Mitchell 
Cadle, Herbert F. 
Camp, Isaac Sewell 



Capers, Stewart Gregory 
Carter, Harry Hayward 
Cartrett, James 
Chavel, Frank E. 
Coburn, Marvin Jerome 
Cochrane, Frank Leonard 
Cohen, Adrian 
Collins, Bobby Gene 
Collins, Wm. Eugene 
Cooper, Chas. Allen 
Cox, Albert Millard 
Culpepper, F. J. 
Dalton, John George 
Pavis, David Chas. 
DcLoach, Earl 
DeVaney, Robt. Mathew 
Dinkins, Wm. Oliver 
I>urden, Geo. Carl 
Iiye, Harold Otis 
Edwards, Wm. Ewell 
Egbert, Jack Joseph 



Ellenburg, Richard C. 
Eubanks, Henry Otis 
Eubanks, Wm. Malcolm 
Farell, Jerry Thurmond 
Floyd, Robt. Franklin 
Flynn, Herman H. 
Folds, George R. 
Fortson, Samuel Donald 
Freeman, Kenneth Robt. 
Green, Johnie Stallings 
Grimaud, Andrew Milton 
Guest, Geo. Lucas 
Guillebeau, Otis Polk 
Hagler, Carter Burdelle 
Hendrix, F. S. 
Herndon, William 
Hewett, John Jennings 
Hightower, Afton Clarence 
Hodgcns, Harold F. 
Hodo, Henry LaVerne 
Hollingsworth, David G. 



Holmes, Constantine Geo. 
Holston, Ray Graham 
Hoover, Cha.-!. Estes 
Howard, Wilbuin L. 
Jackson, John Wm. 
Jackson, Warren Lamar 
Johnson, C. Monroe 
Johnson, Jesse Edward 
Johnson, Julius T. 
Johnston, George D., Jr. 
Jones, Chester Franklin 
Jones, Wm. Russell 
Jumper, Billy Cranston 
Kendall, Wm. Fred 
Kennedy, Wm. B. 
Lackman, Ray Allen 
Lamb, Morgan Barrett 
Lansdell, Daniel McRae 
Lee, Cha.s. Ed. 
Logan, Vance Earl 
Luckey, J. C. 




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Marchant, Elton W. 
Marks, Pierce Emory 
Mears, Chas. Francis 
Melton, Lewis Wm. 
Mender, Ed. 
Mertins, Edwin Carl 
Miller, Thos. Willis 
Motlow, Leroy 0. 
Mulligan, Robt. Crouch 
Murphy, Johnson L. 
Murray, John Wm. 
McArthur, James Hinton 
McDonald, Fred Lovelace 
McKagen, Phil 
McLarty, Chas. Loren 
McNeil, Elmo Simmons 
Nelson, Ernest Marion 
O'Connor, Frank Fuller 
Odum, Lionel S. 
Overman, Marvin Carl 



Owens, Charles Plaxco 
Owen.s, Jack McDonald 
Padgett, Billy Belding 
Palmer, Melvin R. 
Parker, Ivan, Jr. 
Parrish, Alphonso F. 
Peebles, Hall 
Penn, Chas. Edward 
Perry, John Raymond 
Peterson, Fred 
Phillips, Harold Ed. 
Powell, Clinton Carlford 
Prior, Richard Edward 
Pritchard, Fred E. 
Rabun, Robt. Lee 
Ramsey, Leonard N. 
Richards, Bobby Leslie 
Richardson, Oscar A. 
Richardson, Wm. Rowland 
Scattergood, Billy L. 



Scoggins, Fred E. 
Scoggins, John Franklin 
Shearer, Harry J. 
Shipman, Wm. Franklin 
Stewart, Warren Weir 
Stuckey, Raymond Butler 
Swancoy, Harold Dunn 
Teuton, Robert Elwood 
Toole,- Charles C. 
Toole, Thomas Lloyd 
Towner, Ira Tim 
Trimmier, Sidney Marston 
Tuckei-, Joe Albert 
Tyson, Thomas Harold 
Walker, Oscar Henry 
Walker, Ray 0. 
Walters, Gordon E. 
Waterston, Jack W. 
Watkins, Ba.\ter 
Watkins, Ralph O. 



Watkins, Randolph E. 
Weathers, Charles Wilbur 
Weeks, Willard 
Wheatley, Lawrence Mc. 
Wheeler, Ollie Clinton 
Williams, James M. 
Williams, Norman Edward. 
Williams, William 0. 
Williamson, Julian North 
Yarbrough, James A., Jr. 
Youngblood, Wm. Ralph 
Zimmerman, Robert H. 
Powell, Homer N. 
Johnig, Paul Van 
Rhodes, Frank Roy 
Wong, Robert 
Maddox, Jack 
Ramey, Corlin 



Our ^opboiuore 0ass 



Aaionson, Harold Joseph 
Adams, Floyd Parks 
Adams, Harold Thos. 
Adams, James Weldon 
Adams, Roy Calvin 
Aldridge, Jesse Fied 
Anderson, Laurie Garner 
Anderson, Robt. Bonner 
Ansley, Bobby H. 
Applewhite, Wm. Lee 
Arloii, Ary John 
Arrinjrton, Norman Emory 
Barton, Ralph Ivey 
Beale, Billy J. 
Bell, Edfrar Stephen 
Bell, Robt. Sidney 
Bennett, Joe Richard 
Bennett, John McRoy 
Bland, Crew? Mcl>aniel 
Boerckel, Robt. Alvin 
Bohler, Harry Neil 
Bonds, Harold Foster 
Boulineau, Robt. Miller 
Bowman, Geo. L. 
Boykin, Claude Clarence 
Brinkley. Eugene Tolly 
Brown, Dalton Gaston 



Broome, Jesse W. 
Brown, \Vm. Otis 
Byer.^i, B. T. 
Campbell, Thos. Leon 
Caitledpe, Otis Geo. 
Cawlcy, Milton L. 
Chance, Frank Warren 
Chandler, Fred 
Chappell. Bobby 
Cheney, \Vm. Irwin 
Collie, Lamar Pitcher 
Collins, James 
Cooper, James Robt. 
Cooper, Julian Cole 
Cooper, Walter Louis 
Corley, Arno Wm. 
Cornclison, John Robt. 
Coursev, Ed Garfield 
Creswell. Robt. E. 
Croft. Thos. Wright 
Crouch, Jas. Rudolph 
Crouch, Lester -■Monzo 
Crouch, Stanley S. 
Cunningham, Benj. Lewis 
Kanforth, Thos. Marion 
Davidson, Mack 
Davidson, John Beleau 



Davis, Harry A. 
Davis, Lonnie Ewing 
Deas, Wm. Clifton 
Dorsev, Leland Edward 
Dukes, Ben Clyde 
Durham, Vernon Wilbur 
Dunaway, Wm. Price 
Edgar, Wilbur Lee 
Elliott, Robt. E. 
Epstein, Edwin Sigmund 
Farlow. Wray Elbert 
Fleming, John 
Fleming, Peter Wallace 
Fleming, Wm. Henry II 
Fogel, Myron Jerome 
Frierson, Alvin Loy 
Fulmer, Clarence Luther 
Garner, Richard Earl 
Gauthier. Ralph Joseph 
George, Leslie Buist 
Golucke, James Foster 
Graham. Robt. Clyde 
Grammcr, Joseph F. 
Graybill, Dabney Crenshaw 
Greene, Sol Victor 
Green, Walton A. 
Hair, Wheldon Herbert 



Hall, Wm. Louie 
Haibin, Bertram Dykes 
Harden, Herbert Leroy 
Harclik, Mclvin Moses 
Hargrove Richard S. 
Harper, Gin. Gilbert 
Harri.*, Virgil Wingfield 
Hatcher, \\'m. Jones 
Heard, Earl Leonard 
Henderson, Joe Marion 
Heng, John Munn 
Herrington. .lack 
Hestley, Wm. Albert 
Hightowcr, Irvin Chesley 
Hixon, Jack 
Hogan, Harvey 
Hogan. John Frank 
Hollimaii. Clifford 
Hnllins, Chas. Alton 
Hollins, Robt. 
Holmes, Henry D. 
Hopkins, Joseph Cecil 
Hoover, Ernest L. 
Humphries. Robt. Lee 
Huntir. Harold Hodgson 
Hurt. Frank J. 
Ille, John Welsh 




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Ille, Thomas A. 
Inman, Walker Patterson 
Ivey, Jack R. 
Jansen, Albert H. 
Jeffcoat, Barth 
Johns, Vei'non Alfred 
Johnson, Irvinp Carl 
Johnson, John Edward 
Johnston, Frank Chas. 
Jolles, Howard Paiill 
Jones, Lewis Cleveland 
Jones, Thos. Wm. 
Jones, Robt. Hoftan 
Jones, Wheaton Harley 
Jones, Wm. Edward 
Jowers, Wm. Vernon 
Keener. Billy Parish 
Kennedy, Ralph S. 
Kent, Warren Lee 
Kinjr, Horace Allen 
Kitchens, Harry Eugene 
Kitchens, Robt. Mervin 
Korjiacz, Stanley John 
Lambeth, Rucker Keeble 
LanKe, Wm. 
Lariscy, Milton L. 
Lawton, Richard Lamar 
Leonard, Everett A. 
Leonard, Lawrence K. 
Leonard, Ed. 
Levy, Gerald Estroff 
Lichenstein. Myer 
Lockwood, Herman Leslie 
Loflin, James Pitner 
Logan, Wm. David 
Lum, Arthur 
Maxwell. Geo. M. 
Mann. Wm. Thos. 
Marston, Merrill Howard 
Martin, G. Marvin 
Meade, Gene Brady 
Metts, Joel Edward 



Minor, Geo. Evans 
Mock, Wallace Ray 
Moody, Julian Thos. 
Morris, Bryon Wesley 
Mosely, Norman Cook 
Muns, Clarence S. 
Murphy, Tom Daniel 
McDonald, Donald 
McElveen, Joseph M. 
McGahee, Conrad Wm. 
McGahee, Mack Milo 
McGowan, Joseph Lamar 
McDitosh, Wm. Dalr^anple 
McKeown, Harry M. 
McKinney, Donald Eugene 
McLean, Joseph Edward 
Nachman, Herbert 
Napier, Ruflolph Gene 
Newton, Jack 
Newman, James Alex. 
Newton, Steve Linton 
Nixon, J. J., Jr. 
Nobles, Barney Harold 
Oellei'ich, Grover Wm. 
O'Hara, .Jerrv P. 
O'Tyson, Elbert Jack 
Overstreet, James Lewis 
Overton, Herman David 
Owens, Wm. Robt. 
Padgett, John Leroy 
Palmer, Lester Davis 
Pardue, James 
Parks, Chas. A. 
Parrish, Robt. Alton 
Partain, Bobby Robt. 
Patrick, Zack Oscar 
Pearre, James Nathaniel 
Peebles. Hairv Lee 
Peel, Wm. Franklin 
Peterson. Paul 
Pcttet, Ralph Edward 
Phillips, Al Herman 



Phillips, Forest Ward 
Phinizy, Wm. Wright 
Pierce, Tom S. 
Piatt, Willis Dewey 
Pollock, James Francis 
Postell, Alvin E. 
Poteet, Russell Edward 
Powell, Bobby Hawkins 
Powell. Louis F. 
Price, James Irvin 
Price, James Peri-y 
Price, Waltei" Jno. 
Pund, Ernest Evers 
Quattlebaum, Wm. Russell 
Rachels, Henry Capers 
Reese, Tho.s. Edward 
Reese, Wm. Irvin 
Renick, Van Taliaferro 
Rhodes, Russell 
Richards, Clifford E. 
Roberson, Donald Wayne 
Roberts, Wm. B. 
Robertson, James L. 
Rudolph, Burton Merle 
Sawilowsky, Jacob J. 
Sawilowsky, Jacob M. 
Scarborough. Chris. E. 
Schweitzer. Wm. .-Anthony 
Seiffert, Wm. Douglas 
Shapiro, Herbert Sanford 
Sills, Glenn Robt. 
Sizomore, Wm. Edward 
Smith, Pat Gillen 
Stabovitz, Peter C. 
Stafford, N. Wm. 
Stallings. Jas. C. 
Starnes, Marion Scott 
Stavro, Wm. Edwin 
Steinbei'g. Jack .Terome 
Stewart, Harold Warren 
Sullivan, Chas M. 
Sweeney, Frank Jones 



Teague, Joe Allen 
Tharpe, James Everett 
Thompson, Chas. Kenneth 
Thrift, Barnes Spencer 
Tyson, James William 
Utley, Foster T. 
VanPelt, John Bishop 
Wade, Lewis Monroe 
Wainwright, Robt. K. 
Walker, Chas. Allen 
Walker, Robt. Edgar 
Wallace, Frank James 
^^'arr, Theron Morris 
Warren, Harvie B. 
Wellniaker, Wm. L. 
Whaley, Curtis Edward 
Whirlow, Richard M. 
Whitaker, Robt. H. 
Wilensky, Leonard R. 
Williams. James Edward 
Woo, Jimmy 
Woodward, Wm. M. 
Young, \\'ei 
Zervas, Nick 
Littleton. Wm. Alfred 
Martin. Wm. Leo 
Earl, Marsden 
Hodges, Herbert M. 
Miller, Joe Hardy 
Clark. Gray Eugene 
Roland. K. G. 
Lewis. Wm. Henry 
Melton, Robt. M. 
Thorn, Thos. H. 
Blown, A. Homer 
Warr, Wm. R. 
Clayton, Thos. 
Newsome, James 



Our Freshmen Class 



Adams, Edgar Geo. 
Adams, \Vm. Ernest 
Adcox, John Welton 
Aldridge, Landon Thos. 
Allen, Tony Markert 
Anderson, Dan Spike 
Anderson, Marvin Gene 
Andrews, Jackson Lee 
Anthony, Curtis Lionel 
Bailev, Joseph Perton 
Bailey, Thos. Wesley 
Bargeron, Lonnie 
Balkcum, Leon Roosevelt 
Barinowski, Robt. Emil 
Barksdale, Ronnie S. 
Barnes, Carol Lee 
Barnes, Lewis Garwood 
Barnes, Travis Stanley 
Barton, Leon Theron 
Beattie, Robt. Clifford 
Beck, Bobby Clention 
Beckum, Lewis Taylor 
Belding, Richard Eugene 
Belger, Richard \V. 
Bennett, Archie .-Mien 
Bennett, Thos. Harmon 
Betts, Millard Harold 
Blackstone, Bernard A. 
Blair, \Vm. Solomon 
Blanchard, Warren T. 
Bowen, Angus Joseph 
Bowman, Gene Tannic 
Brandon, Chas. 
Bridges, Wm. Thos. 
Brinkley, Crawford W. 
Brown, Hildyer E. 
Brj'ant, Herbert Edward 
Bugg, Julian 



Bugg, Thos. Jones 
Bush, Wylie Austin 
Cadden, Lawrence Barnard 
Cadle, James Wesley 
Cadle, Lindsey Walter 
Cain, .\llie Ra\'mond 
Calamas, Chas. Pete 
Carey, Landon Thos. 
Carpenter, Mar\-in L. 
Carroll, John Franklin 
Carswell, Hugh, Jr. 
Cai-ter, Chas. Edward 
Cavanaugh, James Thos. 
Cawley, Edward Hill 
Cawley, James Wm. 
Clack, Erwin 
Cockrell. Bob D. 
Cofer, Wm. Howard 
Coleman, John Scott 
Comer, Chas. Keith 
Connolly, Willard Vinson 
Cook, Henry Joseph 
Cook. James Henry 
Cooper, Jack Leonard 
Corlev, Robert Lamar 
Cox, Perrett Frank 
Crawford, Arnell T. 
Crawford, Wm. K. 
Crews, Chas. Warren 
Cromer, Hal Milton 
Culpepper, Edward Phylis 
Daniel, Carl Jame.^; 
Darbv, Carl Truman 
Davis, Charlie F. 
Davis, Eugene 
Davis, Jimmie Culver 
Deas. Adam Dwight 
DcLoach, Wm. Joseph 



Denton, Marion Scott 
DeVaney, Walter Johnson 
Dicks, James Monroe 
Dillard, Henrj- Harold 
Douglas, Chas. Harry 
Doyle, Thos. Gaines 
Drew, Wm. Earnest 
DuBose, Bryan Allen 
Duncan, James Caldwell 
Eidson, Hunter Rogers 
Eubanks, Bobby Edward 
Eubanks, Walter Shelton 
Evans, James .Alderman 
Fanning, Chas. Henry 
Fletcher, Malcolm Samuel 
Flowers, Jack Eugene 
Frank, Alexander Richard 
Fredericks, Ray Malcum 
Freeman, r)an Wilson 
Freeman, D. B. 
Freeman, Guy 
Fricrson, Leon Roy 
Fulcher, Freddie Lcc 
Fulcher, Wm. C. 
Futch, Wm. Harold 
Galloway, Ronald Frost 
Gecr, Harry Calvin 
Georges. Harry 
Ghingold, Maurice Jack 
Gibbs, Iniard P. 
Gibson, Thos. Young 
Ginn, Donald Ray 
Godbcc, Wm. Walker 
Godowns. Willi.* Arthur 
Goolsby, Wm. Hubbard 
Greene, Joe Coile 
Greene, John Joseph 
Gn-gory, Chas. E. 



Griffin, Harry B. 
Griffin, Ralph Morgan 
Guill, James Carson 
Guillebeau, Robt. Arthur 
Hadwin, James F. 
Haglcr, Wm. St. 
Hagler. Tom Watennan 
Hamilton, Jerrold Lee 
Hamilton, Johnie Ross 
Hamilton, Leonard Jno. 
Hammock, Jesse Grimes 
Hammack, Marion Shurley 
Hanchey, Wm. John 
Harbcson, Everett Davison 
Hardy, Wm. Admer 
Harvey, Ellis C. 
Harvey, Howard Hartley 
Hatch, Albert Huntington 
Hatcher. Elmo .■Mien 
Heath, Benjamin McEveen 
Henderson, Jame.'s H. 
Herron, Chas. .Alvin 
Hillman, Beauford Ivey 
Hodges, Frank Johnson 
Hoffman, Welzye Lewis 
Holmes, Harvey Randall 
Home. Robt. Jackson 
Horton, Billy Samuel 
Howard, Harold .Albert 
Howard. Ollie Thornton 
Howell. Eddie Clarke 
Huff, Dan Herbert 
Huffman, James Edward 
Hunter, Robt. Maitin 
Huson, Geo. Green 
Hutto. James V. 
Hydrick, Dannie Leroy 
Inglett, Chas. Dearing 




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James, Bobby Lee 
James, Charles Edward 
James, Lynwood DeKalb 
Johnson, Geo. Warren 
Johnson, Johnnie F. 
Johnston, Carl Herman 
Jolles, Isaac Seymour 
Jones, Chas. Richard 
Jones, Harvey Gerald 
Jones, Horace Allen 
Jones, James G. 
Jordan, Chas. Heyward 
Jordan, James 1 tennis. 
Kelly, Geo. Lockwood 
Kelly, Wm. Davis 
Kerr, Homer Chalmers 
Kirkland, Thos. Richard 
Kitchen, Claude Ray 
Knotts, Tomniie Milton 
Lamb, John C. 
Lane. Richard S|iann 
Langley, Dcrwent 
Lee, Robt. Allen 
Lewis, Rilly Earl 
Lewis, Reginald Larry 
Livingston. Jas. Scott 
Lord, Waltei- Huch 
Lynn, Raymond Curry 
Maddo.x, Howard Rosia 
Maden, W'm. Leroy 
IMahlstedt, Nicklous H. 
Manninff, James Robt. 
Marlowe, Phillii> Leroy 
Maxwell, ReRnald 
Mays, Walter Inman 
Mcalinp:, Henry Getzen 
Mortins, Harry Belding 
Methvin, Paul 
Me'-cr. Samuel Miller 
Mills, Robt. Josciih 
Moore, Jesse Gray 
Morris, Harohl Jack 
Moseley, Joe Henry 
Muriihy, Charles Ncsbit 
Mc Albany. Louie S. 
McCarty. Lucius Cuthbert 
McCoy. Chas. C. 
Mcl'aniel, Edt;ar Lamar 
McDonald, Rlvyn Joseph 
McDonald, James R. 



McGahee, Albert Stephens 
Mcintosh. Herbert Ale.x. 
McKellar, Thos. E. 
McKettrick, Robt. Lee 
McKinney, David Thos. 
McKinney, Joe S. 
McLendon, Homer 
McMichael, Robt. Barry 
McNair, Hal Harris 
Nettles, Edward Robt. 
Newman, Raymond A. 
Newsome, James Carlos 
Ogletree, Vernon Allen 
Padpett, Jerome Furman 
Padcett, Robt. Irvin 
Padaett, Naujfhton A. 
Park. Robt. Eugene 
Parrish, Benny Edward 
Parrish, T. L. 
Parrish. Wm. W. 
Patch. Edward Donald 
Pate. Chas. Barnes 
Peacock, Robt. A. 
Pearson. Marvin Leon 
Pender. James Bransfnrd 
Perry, Pierce Gordon 
Phinizv, Irvine 
Pile^ci, Salvatore 
Porter, Robt. Edwin 
Powell, Raymond Lewis 
Powers, Wm. Burpee 
Powlcdge, Gideon Mills 
Price, Chas. Noiman 
Proctor, James Moreno 
Protheroe, Maurice V. 
I'vle. Jackie Grady 
Ouarles, Chas. Robt. 
Ouarles, Joe Earl 
ftaborn, Jno. Thos. 
Rabnn. Wm. Robert 
Radford. Carl Henry 
Raines, Wm. Butler 
Raynes, Mitchell 
Reeder. Geo. Edward 
Reese, Joe Franklin 
Reese. Marion Havward 
Revnold.s, Donald Ray 
Reynolds. Thos. Terrell 
Phonpv. Ernest Thos. 
Rhodes, .Arthur Linsey 



Rhodes, Robt. Eugene 
Rhodes, Thos. Wayne 
Rice, Marion F. 
Richardson, Edgar M. 
Rickerson, Carl Vinson 
Riley, Albert Richard 
Roberts, Bobby Burch 
Robertson, Alvin Gene 
Robertson, Andrew Everett 
Robertson, Martin Levi 
Rogei-s. Wm. Roscoe 
Rucker. Chas. Thos. 
Rushing, Thos. Ben.ianiin 
Rutherford, Geo. Kelly 
Sale. Geo. Gilman 
Satcher, Milton B. 
Saul. Jerome 
Scott. Keith Allen 
Scott, Hugh A. 
Sego. Clifford Thos. 
Setze. Thos. H. 
Shapiro, Philip Stanley 
Sherrer, Henry S. 
Smith', Everette Edward 
Smith, Fairest Diamond 
Smith. John Otis 
Smith, Paul Eugene 
Smith, Robt. Bovnton 
Snell, Wm. Edward 
Southall, Robt. Claj'ton 
Spence, Chas. Littleton 
Spivov. Robt. Calvin 
.Standish, David Barry 
Stewart, Paul E. 
Strother, Joe Thos. 
.Suhr. Karl Frederick 
.'lullivan. Albert Jno. 
.Swain, Jamie Wylie 
Swanson. .Ino. Oran 
Sweat. Carl Clinton 
Swindler. Thos. Washington 
.Svmms, Robt. Louis 
Talbc't, James Wm. 
Tanenbaum, Julian B. 
Tankersley. Lawrence S. 
Teaguc, Addison Dawson 
Teuton, Vernon Ezelle 
Thigpcn, Floyd Bennett 
Thomas, Harold Carlton 
Thomas, Jas. Wilson 



Thompson, Robt. Lank.-ton 
Thompson, Robt. Ovine 
Townes, Henry Hall 
Vogel, Steve J. 
Waagner, Carl Robt. 
Walker, Chas. Robt. 
Walters, Ramon I>ouglas 
Welch, Johnie Ha\'Wood 
West, Harry Stanley 
White, James Robt. 
Whittle, James B. 
\\'iggins, Stewart L. 
Wilk. Jack D. 
Williams, .Albert Lester 
Williams, Donald Edward 
Williams, Thos. St. Clair 
Wise, Randolph 
Wong, Philip 
Woodward, Wm. Ralph 
Wright, Charlie M. 
Wright. Edward Na.son 
Young, .Alfred Morris 
Young, Kenneth Maynard 
Young, Robert A. 
Young. Robt. Warren 
Youngblond, Richard E. 
Houser, Chas. 
Duncan, Milton 
Harrell, Joseph B. 
Lamback. Robt. 
Ken?iy, Geo. W. 
Cooiier, Jno. 0. 
Thorn, Craig 
Stearns, Dan C. 
Vichols. Chas. H. 
Metts. Wallace C. 
Harris, Glenn D. 
McPherson. Robt. R. 
Pohl, Marion Geo. 
Tear. Loy H. 
Edwards. Perry James 
Bailev, Robt. N. 
Cattis. Robert .Andrew 
Bonner. Carl 
Outcn. Michael 
Prcscott. Mack Wm. 
Prescott. Randolph 
Tonlor. Wallace S. 
Widener, Robt. Earl 



Underclassmen 





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MILITARY 







HENRY P. MILLS 






MAJOR, CAC. PMS&T. 




WILLIAM C. McGEE 




PAUL N. FECHNER 


T SGT. DEML, ROTC 




SGT.. DEML. ROTC. 



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JOHN A. COCHRANE 
COLONEL 



MISS CORAL BANKS 
SPONSOR 



LEONARD F. VERDERY 
CAPTAIN 



MISS BLANCHE HARRISON 
SPONSOR 




Regimental 



EMILE O. SCHARNITZKY 
LIEUT. COLONEL 



MISS ANNE HEFFERNAN 
SPONSOR 



SIDNEY R. WASHINGTON 
CAPTAIN 



MISS BETTY SHERMAN 
SPONSOR 




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2ND. LIEUTENANT 



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BATTALION 



JAMES E. DRANE, Jr. 
LIEUTENANT COLONEL 




J. CORTEZ POWELL 
MAJOR 




MISS MARY GALLAGHER 
SPONSOR 



MISS EUGENIA ARNETT 
SPONSOR 



GEORGE P. HARTH 
1st. LIEUTENANT 




HARRY B. B.MLEY. Jr. 
CAPT.\IN 




COMPANY "A" 



MISS LULYANNE SEIGLER 
SPONSOR 



J. RALPH VEAL 
1st. LIEITTENANT 



WIIUAM JONES 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 





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COMPANY B 



SAM B. FOX 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



J. W. RHINE 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 



HENRY D. SCOGGINS 
CAPTAIN 




MISS BETTY GILLILAND 
SPONSOR 




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COMPANY 'C 



HARRY L. KIRKLAND 
CAPTAIN 




VAUGHN L. MAXWELL. Jr. 
1st. UEtJTENANT 



JACK L. RHODES 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 



MISS MARGARET LYNCH 
SPONSOR 




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COMPANY D 



JOHN J. BANKS 
CAPTAIN 



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LOUIS H. WOLCOTT 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



ARTHUR J. BALK 
2ncl. LIEUTENANT 




MISS SAHAH JANE FARLOW 
SPONSOR 




THE SHERIDAN SABRE 








J. SHEALY REISER 
1943 



WILLIAM A. REISER 
1944 



The Richard H. Sheridan Sal)re is an annual award made hy the Reserve Officers AsMicia- 
tion. The reward is in inenuiry of Richard Sheridan, an honor student of the Richmond Academy 
and Junior College who lost his life on the football field at ^'ale. 

This is one of the nuist l)eautiful and appro])riate awards of the two schools. It is given tf> 
the student, who in the opinion of the Commandant and his aides and tiie faculties, comes closest to 
the noble figure of Richard H. Sheridan as known to his friends. The student therefore must e.\cel in 
phrases of his school life and relationships. 

The winner of this awanl must be popular, clean, and an unaffected gentleman. He must be 
high in his academic work, a good athlete, an outstanding cadet, and show in his conduct the virtue 
of honesty, sincere sincerity and courage. These were the (|ualities of Richard H- Sheridan. .*\lso 
the w'inner of this award must show the si)irit of aggressiveness with which Richard I'.. Sheridan 
went toward the goal at Vale that fateful afternoon to be met only by that uncon(|ueral)le foe of all 
brave men — death. 

The winners of this award in the past are as follows : 



193.1 


I'rank Hurnley 


1939 


Jones Epps 


1934 


Jackie Stephens 


1940 


Alfred Hattey 


1935 


Uorroh Xowell 


1941 


Walter Reiser 


1936 


.\lex Doremus 


1942 


Harold Ivngler 


1937 


Harry .Mobley 


1943 


.Shcaly Reiser 


1938 


lohn Hains 


1944 


William Reiser 




MISS ELLEN GALLAGHER 
SPONSOR 



mSS MARY BARRETT 
SPONSOR 



TED L. HUNTER 
1st. LIEUTENANT 




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JOHN G. CLARK 
CAPTAIN 




COMPANY T' 



MISS ELEANOR WATKINS 
SPONSOR 



JOSEPH F. FAITLKNER 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



C. BARRY WHITNEY 
2ncl. LIEUTENANT 





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COMPANY F 



BOBBY O. USRY 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



CUNTON E. PAEDUE 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 



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E. L. PERRY 
CAPTAIN 




MISS CONNIE KING 
SPONSOR 





COMPANY 'G' 



E. LEE WILLINGHAM 
CAPTAIN 




MISS MARTHA HOGAN 
SPONSOR 



CLARENCE R. SAVAGE 
1st. UEUTENANT 



R. ALTON McFEELY 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 








COMPANY ''H" 



BOBBY W. PHILLIPS 
CAPTAIN 



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JOHN H. SHERMAN 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



SIDNEY R. RAYMES 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 




MISS JOSEPHINE GARRETT 
SPONSOR 








Sabre Club 

JOHN A. COCHRANE -...PRESIDENT 

JOHN S. SMITH . ..\'ICE-PRESIDENT 

E. LEE WILLINGHAM __. ..SECRET.ATiY 

WALLACE N. BLACKWELL ^TREASURER 







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BATTALION 



CLAYTON B. ROBINSON 
MAJOR 



T. JACK HOWARD 
CAPTAIN 




Miih 



MISS AGNES BURDASHAW 
SPONSOR 




MISS MARGIE BALLARD 
SPONSOR 



WILLIAM E. HARRIS 
1st. LIEUTENANT 




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COMPANY K 



WILLIAM E. BLANCHARD 
CAPTAIN 




CHARLES R, LIVINGSTON 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



F. W. MITCHELL 
2ncl. LIEUTENANT 




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MISS JUNE DeBEAUGRINE 
SPONSOR 




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COMPANY "L" 



WILLIAM A, SACRE 
CAPTAIN 




E HOWARD MERRY 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



MARION A. WOODWARD 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 



MISS FAYE DUNAWAY 
SPONSOR 





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COMPANY ' M 



KENDRICK M. MONK 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



ARTHUR H. MERRY 
2ncl. LIEUTENANT 



SHELDON B. COHEN 
CAPTAIN 




MISS JANE RUBENSTEIN 
SPONSOR 




THE RICHMOND 





MISS ADRIENNE TOMPKINS 
SPONSOR 



E. DELMAR DeVANEY 
CAPTAIN 



ACADEMY BAND 




BENNY DRAKE 
1st. LIEUTENANT 



J. PAT EVANS 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 



JACK W. PRITCHARD 
2nd. LIEUTENANT 





THE RIFLE TEAM 



The Academy Rifle Team of 1945, under the instruction of Sgt. Fechner, shot in 
two Fourth Corps Area Matches. 

The Fourth Service Command Match required the top ten men to shoot the four 
positions: prone, sitting, kneeling, and standing. The Hearst Trophy Match was shot by 
the five top men. 

Barry Whitney achieved the highest average for the second time in two years 
followed by Bobby Usry, who also shot with the team the previous year. 

Medals are presented each year to the ten men having the outstanding scores, 
while the General Wood Medal is awarded to the boy making the highest average each 
year. 



BARRY WHITNEY 
BOBBY USRY 
SIDNEY RAYMES 
JACK SHERMAN 
ROBERT SPEARS 



CARTER HAGLER 
BARRET BOWDEN 
ADRIAN COHEN 
KENDRICK MONK 
BOBBY MULUGAN 



JAMES McARTHim 
CALVIN TOOLE 
FRANK YOUNG 
JACK KENNEDY 
BILLY SHIPMAN 




ATHLETICS 





BERNIE WARD— Head Coach 

Graduated at Mississippi State, 1938, B. S. Honors, Basket- 
ball. 1935-36. Baseball, 1935-38. Football, 1935-36-37. 
Head Coach Hinds Junior College 1938-39. Assistant Coach 
at Millsaps College. 1939-41. Assistant Coach A. R. C, 1941- 
43. Head Football Coach A. R. C, 1943-44. 




W. L. MADEN 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 



ROY JACOBSON— Line Coach 

Graduated at University of Georgia, 1929. Football, 1926-27- 
28, Captain 1928. Baseball, 1927-28-29. Professional Base- 
ball, Class AA with Rochester. New York, 1929. Mr. Jacob- 
son is General Manager of Claussen's Bakery. 
He coached as a hobby and the Rainbow wishes to express 
its appreciation for his unselfish and valuable contribution 
to our sports program. 




"A" VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



ARC 



21 


Greenwood 


7 


12 


Spartanburg 


6 


19 


Charleston 








Jordan 





14 


Benedictine 





20 


Athens 








Lanier 


21 


64 


Porter 





6 


Savannah 


13 


20 


Riverside 


6 


59 


Catholic Hi. 







"COTTON EXPRESS" 
"Cotton" Culpepper, Best Back '44, Most Valuable '43 



JIMMY BABBITT, Center 
Captain '44, Best Lineman '44 



WILBUR SMITH 

Co-Captain '44 Best Lineman '43 

All G. I. A. A. '43 





Because of the stubborn resistance of the Musketeer forward wall, 
Richmond was scored upon by rushing only twice during the season, 
once by Lanier, and once by Savannah. 

Longest Punt Returned 

"Cotton" Culpepper returned three punts for an average of 65 yards, 
scoring a touchdown each time. 

Longest Run 

John P. Adams playing against his old teammates from Porter Military 
Academy, took the ball from center, faked to Bobby Lyons, and went 
straight through a beautiful hole, put there by those hard charging linemen, 
and ran 75 yards for a touchdown. 

Longest Pass 

"Cotton" Culpepper heaved the ova! for 50 yards to Willard Weeks for 
a score against Porter. 

Longest Punt 

J. D. Jordan, standing behind his own goal punted to Charleston's 20 
yard stripe. 

Best Percentage oj Passes Completed 

The Riverside game saw Culpepper find his range and complete 10 out 
of 12 passes. Wilson and Childress made 2 of them count for scores. 




-BLOCKING" 



A newcomer, Athens High, fell before the ever im- 
proving Musketeers the following week. For the first time 
this year the boys had to face the "T". They were slightly 
baffled by it at first but as usual led at the halfway mark 
and played heads-up ball in the last two perods, winning 
20 to 0. 

Disaster! A. R. C. journey to Macon to meet the 
powerful Lanier Poets, who were boasting one of the fastest 
teams in G. I. A. A. circles. The boys from Augusta play- 
ed an excellent game but were literally "outrun". The 
final score was Lanier-21. Richmond-0. 

After the defeat suffered at the hands of the Lanier 
Poets, the Cadets were inspired to hard work and met 
Porter, as Coach Ward says, "In the right mental frame." 
The Coach's used every man from the first to the third 
string against the desperate Charlestonians. Every man 
clicked, the Purple and Golds easily winning. 64-0. Cul- 
pepper scored six times. 








"THANKSGIVING UNEUP'" 






TOP ROW 


CHILDRESS 


COLLIE 


KITCHENS 


LYONS 


MORAN 


BRUKER 


SEIGLEH 


C. PHILLIPS 


J. D. ADAMS 


HODO 


SMITH 


GRAHAM 


JOHNSON 


J. P. ADAMS 



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Then the inevitable happened. Savannah High 
came to the old home town with a long list of defeats and 
the determination not to add another. The Cadets evident- 
ly were still living in the glory of the past week and played 
"lowsy" ball the first half. The midpoint of the game found 
them trailing 13-0. The boys staged a come back in the 
last half but were able to score only once. The game ended 
13-6, Savannah. 

Two defeats were all the Cadets cared to have list- 
ed in the column headed "Lost". On Thanksgiving Day, 
they met and defeated Riverside 20-6. "Bemie's and Roy's 
charges" played one of the best games of the season in a 
packed stadium. 

The Musketeers ended a highly successful season 
by defeating our hometown opponents. Catholic High. With 
Jimmie Babbitt and Earl Wilson starring, the Irish were 
not able to cope with the power of the Cadets who scored 
almost at random. 




C. Phillips, Most valuable '44, All G. I. A. A. '44. 






BOTTOM ROW 


BABBITT 


HENDERSON 


WILSON 


PENN 


USURY 


LEE 


B. PHILLIPS 


PARKER 


BANKS 


BARRETT 


KEENER 


CULPEPPER 


ROGERS 


WEEKS 













Front row— Stuart, Fletcher, Hickson. Dunaway, Fleming, Anderson, Beale. Holmes. Croft. Middle row— Crawford. Murphey, Ogellree 
Boerckel. Adams. Culpepper. Moody. Back row- Coach Gaskin. Langley. Lackman. Harold. Peterson. Brooks. Sizemore. Woodward. Comer, 
Coach Nixon. 



"B" Varsity Football 



With only one regulnr and a substitute return- 
ing from last year's squad the "B" Team undertook 
a six-game schedule against the strongest teams in 
the circuit. The game with Waynesboro was can- 
celled because of rain. The best offensive game 
was with Edgefield. It was then that our oppon- 
ents were kept guessing. The best defensive game 
was with Langley-Hath. The stubborn resistance 
of the "B" Team was the feature of the game, al- 
though we were defeated by one touchdown, scor- 
ed in the first quarter. 

Using a modified form of the Xotre Dame 



offense and a few standard plays from short puiil 
formation, the team offense showed imi)rovemcnt 
from game to game. There were fifty boys out for 
the first practice, but only twenty-three finished 
the season. However, an appreciably large i)er- 
centage of these will advance to the "A" squad 
next fall. Probably the outstanding linemen were 
W- E. Si/.emore. Rali)h Boerckel. Paul Peterson, 
Derwent Langley. and Tom Murphy. The best in 
the backfield were J. A. Brooks and Ollie Wheeler. 
John Fleming demonstrated his sportsmanship and 
generalship in every game 









RECORD 






1. 




X'arsity 





.MIendale 


14 


9 




X'arsity 





Graniteville 


19 


3. 




\'arsity 





Langley-Bath 


6 


4. 




\'arsity 


12 


l>lgcfield 


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■ \"arsity 


6 


Xf)rth .\ugusta 






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COACH WARD 




CADETS IN ACTION 



MY BABBITT— CAPTAIN 



ARC BASKETBALL 




DeVANEY 



WILSON 



BANKS 



MORAN 




Front row — Babbitt, Rogers, Camp, Maxwell, Bailey, Fleming, 
son, DeVaney. 



Back row — Bruker, Moran, Barnes. Co-Captain, Banks, Wil- 



ARC BASKETBALL 



^Vhen the cagers of .\RC reported for practice 
in January, it looked as if tlie Academy would once 
more have a winning ball team- 
Then because of some of the G.I.A.A. rules. 
Jack Barnes, ace ARC center, had to drop out of all 
the G.I.A.A. games after the first two. Uncle Sam 
made Earl Wilson, dependable first string man, 
drop basketball to don "Navy Blues"- 

Among the lettermen and seniors that came out 
were Harry Bailey. Jack Barnes. Jack Banks, Jim- 
my Bal)bitt. Bobby DeX'aney, X'aughn Maxwell, 
Jeff Rogers, and Carl Moran. Carl did a very good 
job of replacing Jack Barnes at center. 




ARC vs JCA 



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The cadets opened the G.I. A. A. with a hard 
fought victory over Savannah. 42-39. Jack Barnes 
led with 19 points. Eobbv DeVanev following with 
12. 

On the following night the cadets downed the 
Columbus High "Blue Devils" 33-24. Barnes and 
De\'aney again leading the attack. 

Now on to the city league where again the 
cadets broke even by winning five and losing five. 

With Friedman's, the cadets came out on top 
with both games, just as they did with Royal 
Crown. The Arsenal and the cadets split even, 
each winning one game. Against the Doctor's the 
cadet cagers ran into hard luck. The Meds win- 
ning both games. In the two games with their arc 
rivals JCA, the ARC boys lost by heartbreakingly 
close scores, the first 35-34, the second similiarly 
close. 

Even though the cadets were outscored in some 
of their games they were never outfought. They 
never gave up until the final whistle blew. 



RAY LACKMAN, MANAGER 



ARC "A" VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



ARC 



City League 






17 


Doctors 


20 


36 


Royal Crown 


25 


43 


Friedman's Jewelers 


20 


30 


Arsenal 


24 


35 


JCA 


36 


23 


Doctors 


35 


36 


Royal Crown 


34 


36 


Arsenal 


37 


26 


JCA 


31 



282 



307 



262 



GIAA 






tC 43 


Savannah 


39 


42 


Lanier 


56 


34 


Columbus 


24 


37 


Jordan 


65 


27 


Lanier 


47 


37 


Columbus 


38 


27 


Jordan 


48 


19 


Boys High 


53 


41 


Marist 


25 



395 




BAILEY 
CAMP and FLEMING 



i C A BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



CA 30 


Arsenal 


25 


28 


Royal Crown 


22 


31 


Lanier 


53 


30 


Doctors 


26 


43 


ARC 


41 


34 


Lanier 


39 


42 


Friedman "s Jewelers 


28 


52 


Benedictine 


44 


25 


Arsenal 


19 


36 


Benedictine 


44 


25 


Doctors 


35 


20 


Royal Crown (ForfeiteS 
to JCA) 




50 


Friedman's Jewelers 


22 


31 


ARC 


26 







457 



424 



JCA won first half of City League, and will play the Doc- 
tors for the City Championship at the end of the second 
naif. 




COACH GASKIN 



JCA BASKETBALL 




Kneeling-ScoBgins. Lyons. Cohen. Standing-Veak Harris. Rhodes, Willingham. 




JCA IN ACTION 



The JCA Basketeers, under the watchful eye of Coach Gaskins, 
were the most successful of the four ARC-JCA basketball teams. They 
finished the first half of the city league undefeated and lost only to the 
Doctors in the last half. As "The Rainbow" goes to press, they are await- 
ing the playoff for the City League Championship. 

In their first intt-r-coUegiate game the basketeers journeyed to 
Savannah and downed Benedictine College 52-44. The next Wednesday 
found the purple and white in Macon where the powerful Lanier Poets 
defeated them 53-31. In the home coming game on Friday of the same 
week Lanier again came out on top as did Jordan the following night. 
In the final interscholastic game B. C. took the college quintet 42-32 

The spark of the team all year was Bobby Lyons, an excellent, 
all-round player who was constantly hitting the basket. 




pDES— CAPTAIN 



VEAL 



BLANCHARD 



HARRIS 




"i5" Varsity Basketball 



T VARSITV SCHEDULE 



Var. 25 


"Y" Juniors 


19 


35 


Catholic High 


34 


42 


North Augusta 


17 


29 


Evans High 


25 


27 


Central Christian 


38 


40 


"Y" Juniors 


38 


24 


Catholic High 


43 


18 


"Y" Juniors 


31 


15 


Central Christian 


32 


7 


Evans High 


33 


33 


Catholic High 


55 


20 


North Augusta 


8. 




Kneeling— Kirkland, Murphy, Bo- 
erckel, Richardson, -captain, Ken- 
nedy, Phinizy. 

Standing— Coach Nixon, Beall, Mar- 
tin, Fleming, Marks, Ogletrec, Seif- 
fert. 




Front row — Edgar, Knuck, Gram- 
mar,. 

Back row — Farriba, Dobyns, Hod- 
ges, Gallagher M. (absent; Reddish, 
Scott, Gallagher E, Stephenson, 
Gibbs. 



JCA GIRUS 
BASKETBALL 




The J. C. A. Girls' Basketball Team of 1945, hand- 
:;d by Coach Ward, had a very poor record as far 
s games won and lost were concerned, but showed 
reat improvement during the season. With only 
vvo girls, Margie Gibbs and Nancy Stephenson, re- 
iming from last years' team, the task o? building a 
)rmidable team proved insurmountable 

Even in the face of the tough opposition of the 
lUgusta City League teams, some members of the 
- C. A. team exhibited excellent basketball skill and 
nowledge. Little Margie Gibbs was among the top 
:orers of the entire league, with Nancy Stephenson, 
'eggy Knuck, Loyce Scott. Mary and Ellen Gallag- 
er, and Jackie Hodges, each displaying skill on the 
ourt comparable to other girls in the league with 
luch more experience. The above girls were ably 
ssisted by Mary Ellen "Take me home" Edgar, Ann 
'nrriba, Bobby "Legs" Redish, Fay Grammar, June 
'obyns, Betty Long, Irdell Schmidt, and Peggy 
>avidson, each of whom deserves much credit for the 
nprovement of the 1945 team. 




Baseball 





Ti^VK^S^X and BANKS 



Back row — Vaughn Maxwell, Gene Sedberry. Jeff Rogers. Jack 

Banks, Cotton Culpepper. Robert Spears. 

Second row — Bobby DeVaney. Billy Seigler. Jimmy Smith, Shirley 

Hammack. 

Front row — Lester Crouch, Vance Logan, Jinuny Babbitt, Aubrey 

Rhodes. Earnest Wagner. 




Track 






Members are: John Scroggs, Larry Adkin, M. G. Anderson, 
Ralph Boerckel, Gene Bruker, F. W. Chance, C. A. Cooper, 
J. R. Comelison, F. S. Garj', J. H. Gibson, J F. Grammar, 
Otis GiUebeau, L. W. Helmly, Bill Mcintosh. Charles Owens, 
Wilbur Smith, Van Renick, D. McKinney, and Jack Ken- 
nedy. 





HODGKS, SHEARER, SCOGGINS, BROOME, GALLAGHER, GALLAGHER, HAINS 



OUR CHEERLEADERS 



There's certainly a word of thanks due to our vivaci- 
ous cheerleaders who added so much to the enjoyment of 
the football games this year. They really went "All out" 
to keep the crowds roaring and the team winning. In a 
tough SF>ot there was always Tommy Hodges, Head Cheer- 
leader, to cheer up the crowd with his famous "duck-walk" 
while Stanton "Joe" Lewis thrilled them with his acro- 



batic ability. Of course, there was always at least one of 
the very special Gallagher smiles in evidence. 

So thanks, Vyvyan, Carolyn, Harry, Henry, Mary, El- 
len, Tommy, and Stanton, for the bang-up job you did in 
inspiring a feeling of real sporatsmanship in the whole stu- 
dent body. 



HODGES, BROOME. GALLAGHER. SHEARER, GALLAGHER. HAINS. SCOGGINS 




Apology for Spring Sports 



We apologize for the incompleteness of the section on Spring Sports. Due to wartime conditions it was 
necessary for the annual to go to the publishers before the organization of these activities. Spring Sports have 
been one of the highlights of the school year in the past, and we hope will continue to be. \\'e wish all those 
students participating the best of luck. 

GOLF 

The Academy team this year is expected to make a fine showing as they have in past years. Practice began 
early and the team should be in top shape before the annual G.I. A. .A. tournament. There are several returning 
lettermcn and a number of promising newcomers. Members of the team are: Vaughn Maxwell. Bob Dennis, 
Billy Phinizy. Jack Sherman, George Maxwell, Frank O'Connor, Gordon Rhiiney. and Carlston Rheiney. 

BASEBALL 

The Academy team is expected to be one of the strongest teams in the state this year. There are several 
returning players and a number of excellent players from the Battc y Post. The team will be under the super- 
vision of Mr. Ward. Players are: Vance Logan, Jimmy Smith. Lester Crouch, Bobby DcVaney, Billy Seiglcr, 
Shirley Hammack, Cotton Culpepper, Vaughn Maxwell, Jack Banks, Charles Smalley, Har\ey Hogan, Audrey 
Rhodes, Pat Smith, Jeff Rogers, Tony Weathers, John Flemming, Dewey Jones, Ernest Wagner, Jimm)- Babbitt. 

TRACK 

The track team this year is made up largely of sophomores and juniors. Under the capable leadership of 
Mr. Gaskin, the team is expected to progress rapidly. With experience these hard working boys should put the 
.Academy team among the top. Members of the team arc: John Scroggs, Mgr., Larry Adkins, M. G. Anderson, 
Red Barnes, Ralph Boerckel, Gene Bruker, F. W. Chance, C. A. Cooper, J. R. Cornclison, F. S. Gary, J. H. 
Gibson, J. F. Grammar, Otis Guillebeau, L. W. Helmly, Bill Mcintosh, Charles Owens, Wilbur .S?iiith, Van 
Renick, D. McKinncy, and Jack Kennedy, 



TENNIS 

Reorganized for the first time in a number of years, the tennis team is underway with a large number of 
boys out. Mr. Bcechmen and Sgt. Fechner are the advisors. Matches have been scheduled and the team is looking 
forward to a fine sea.son. Players are: Billy Richardson, Barry Whitney, Howard Merr^-, Feilder Simpson, John 
D. Adams, Sidney Washington, Pierce Marks, Jimmy Owens, Harr)' Shearer, Harvey Bentley, Carter Hagler, 
Bailey Monday, and Stuart Capers. 



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Best All-round J. C. A. Sophomore Girl 




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The Library at Richmond 



If you ciiUm" iIk- library fccliiit;" (|uitc j^ay, 

And say to yourselt'. "I'll study some day!" 

And then walk over to the niaj;azine r.ick 

To meet the niajfazines with a frontal attack: 

As }(>u i|uickly select a maufazine to read, 

And proceed to sit down li\' a 'friend' indeed, 

Then o\er to \o\\ Miss I'.ailie will walk. 

And i)rocecd to shut u]) your chattinj.; talk 

By yanking you away from \-oin' friend so dear 

And keei)ing you from the library for half a year. 

.*so let this he a lesson to cadets in .\. R. C. 

.\nd do _\our talking outside. — better under a tree. 

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HOWARD MERRY 







HOFF^L\N HARRIS 



VAUGHN MAXWELL 



CLAYTON ROBINSON 




Editors-in chief __ 
Associate Editors 

Literary Editors 

Assistant Literary Editors - 

Activities Editor 

Assistant Activities Editors 



KATHERINE NORVELL 



Literary Staff 

Polly Jo Evans Military Editor Clayton Robinson 

Vaughn Maxwell Assistant Military Editors Jack Sherman 

Faye Dunaway ^^„^^ McElmurray 

Agnes Burdashaw Charles Hoover 

Louis Wolcott Alton Culpepper 
Harry Baile\- 

Suzanne Wade Art Editors Meara McKie 

Howard Merry Dave McDowell 

Jack Howard George Harth 

-,,_., Sports Editors Margie Gibbs 

J. H. Bishop ,. „ , , . 

_, -,. , , Jimmy Babbitt 

Elmo Fields „ „ , 

,, ,j_ ,, Gene Bruker 
Hoffman Harris 

H. E. Bentley Picture Editors _ Maxine Shapiro 

Julian Bugg Jack Banks 

James Kemp Jean McGahee 

Jerry Murphy William J. Smith 

V. W. Harris Randay Holmes 



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BOB DENNIS 



JOELLE RUSH 




MR. READ 
MR. STACKER 



MR. DERRICK 
MR. WILHELM 




Business Staff 



Business Managers 


Joelle Rush 




Bob Dennis 


Assistant Business Managers 


Norma Hudson 




Pat Evans 


Circulation Managers 


Jack Howard 




Joe Faulkner 


Assistant Circulation Managers — . 


--_ Don Timmerman 




Billy Richardson 




Wingfield Harris 



Advertising Managers _ Katherine Norvell 

Don HaU 



Assistant Advertising Managers 



-Edwin May 
Sewell Camp 



Faculty Advisors: Mr. Read. Mr. Derrick. Mr. Stacker, 
Mr. Wilhelm 



The 
Student 

Council 




The Student Council is composed of the officers of the four upper 
classes of the twin institutions. It is the duty of the organization 
to help supervise both the social and scholastic activities of the 
schools. 





MEMBERS 


Katherine Non-ell 


Jimmy Babbitt 


Hoffman Harris 


Harrj- Bailey 


Anne Kelly 


Jack Banks 


Jack Howard 


Wilbur Smith 


Peggy Davidson 


Ollie Wheeler 


John Smith 


Jabie Brooks 


Anne Philpot 


Bobby Devaney 


John Cochrane 


Charles Penn 



PRESIDENT 
VICE-PRESIDENT 
SECRETARY 
TREASURER 
FACULTY ADVISOR 



JOHN SMITE( 

_ JIMMY BABBITT' 

PEGGY DAVIDSOI^: 

ANNE KELL'B 

D. F Mcdowell 




DAVIDSON 



KELLY 




SMITH 




Triangle Club 

SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

JACK RHODES PRESIDENT 

LEE wnXINGHAM VICE-PRESIDENT 

CLAYTON ROBINSON SECRETARY 

JACK HOWARD TREASURER 



CORTEZ POWELL 


JACK RHODES 






PRESIDENT 


VICE-PRESIDENT 


EMORY APPLEMG 
ARTHUR BALK 


HARRY KIRKLAND 
BRIGHT McCONNELL 


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The ylcademy Hi- Y 




". . .To create, inaintain and extend lhri)Ujjh- 
i>ut the school and coninuinity the hijjh standards 
of Christian Character." 

To h've up to this high ideal is the purpose uf 
every niembcr of the .Xoadeiny IIi-^', I'y promot- 
ing Bible study, sponsoring chapel ])rogranis and 
entering school and civic projects, thus developing 
the character of the individual, the .Academy Hi-Y 
is forming the personalities of the future. 

But hay rides, dances, and socials also l)lay an 
important (lart in the ])rograin of this club. In the 
spring of each year the .\cadeniy Hi-Y s])onsors 
tlie annually successful Stunt Xight and Fashion 

Show. 

For many years the Academy Hi-Y has been 
one of the most active clubs in the state, and now 
stands near the to)) in the monthly ratings issued 
by the state office. This year under the able guid- 
ance <if Mr- Bearham it again is a credit to the 
school. 



OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 
SECRETARY 
TREASURER 



HARRY BAILEY 

PAT EVANS 

GEORGE HA-RTH 



HARRY BAILEY 




PAT EVANS 



GEORGE HARTH 



Richmond Hi-Y 




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VAUGHN MAXWELL 
PRESIDENT 



JACK SHERMAN 
VICE-PRESIDENT 




The name Hi-Y indicates the relation between boys in 
High School and the Y.M.C.A. movement. The purpose of 
Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the 
school and community high standards of Christian char- 
acter. Selections of members from the three upper classes 
are made on this basis. 

With a total membership of thirty -five the Richmond 
Hi-Y achievements have been so recognized by the Georgia 
Hi-Y office. The state headquarters lists the Richmond 
Hi-Y among the top five in Georgia, there being over two 
hundred such clubs in the state. 

This club meets every Tuesday night at the Y.M.C.A. 
and each meeting enjoys some special program outlined for 
the clubs enjoyment. A member also enjoys parties and 
dances which are regular features presented by the organi- 
zation. 



HOWARD MERRY 
SECRETARY 



BOB DENNIS 
TREASURER 



HALE BARRETT 
SEWELL CAMP 
BOB DENNIS 
BEVERLY DOLAN 
WRAY FARLOW 
F. M. FAULK 
DONALD FORTSON 
BILLY FLEMING 
JOHN FLEMING 
HAL FLYNN 
DABNEY GRAYBILL 
BILLY HATCHER 
CARTER HAGLER 
LeVERNE HODO 
JOHN JACKSON 
MARION LARISEY 
VAUGHN MAXWELL 
GEORGE MAXWELL 
HOWARD MERRY 
PIERCE MARKS 
CARL MORAN 



BUDDY MARTIN 
WALTER McELMURRAY 
JACK NEWTON 
BOBBY MULLIGAN 
lERRY MURPHY 
FRANK O'CONNOR 
JIMMY OWENS 
E. L. PERRY 
BILLY PHINIZY 
ERNEST FUND 
BILLY RICHERSON 
t'AN RENICK 
JACK SHERMAN 
JIMMY SMITH 
PAT SMITH 
WILBUR SMITH 
FIELDER SIMPSON 
BILLY SIFFERT 
DONALD TIMMERMAN 
MORRIS WARR 
SIDNEY WASHINGTON 




Junior College Literary Society 




PRESIDENT 

VICE-PRESIDENT , 

SECRETARY-TREASURER 



FAYE DUNAWAY 

BRIGHT McCONNELL 

. _ SUE WADE 



The purpose of the Tii"if>r College Literary Society is to 
discover the talents of its iiicmbcrs and then to develop them. 
Any student attcning J. C. A. is eligilile for nienihership- The 
students are given a chance to develop their speafking hliility 
by debates on various subjects at the meetings. Mr. C. H. Sut- 
ton, Professor of English at the .Academy and Junior College, 
is the faculty advisor. 

This year the Literary Society has attempted to improve 
conditions around the school and campus by appealing to the 
Student Council and other school organizations for their co- 
operation in this wortliy undertaking- 

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

PROGRAM CHAIRMAN NATALIE JOLLES 

MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN JOELLE RUSH 

SOCIAL CHAIRMAN HOFFMAN HARRIS 

SOCIAL CO-CHAIRMAN KATHERINE NORVELL 



MARTINA ALLEN 
JANE BARNES 
AGNES BURDASHAW 
SHELDON COHEN 
FLORENCE DOLINSKY 
FAY DUNAWAY 
MARY ELLEN EDGAR 
POLLY JO EVANS 
DOT GILLMAN 
FAY GRAMMAR 



MEMBERS 

HOFFMAN HARRIS 
GENE HORNE 
JACK HOWARD 
NORMAN HUDSON 
NATALIE JOLLES 
ANNE KELLY 
BRIGHT McCONNELL 
MEARA McKIE 
JEANNE McGAHEE 
VIRGINIA MARTIN 



KATHERINE NORVELL 
MERRIE OVERSTREET 
CLINTON PARDUE 
JOELLE RUSH 
HENRY SCOGGINS 
MAXINE SHAPIRO 
GRACE TOOLE 
LEONARD VERDERY 
SUE WADE 
MARTHA WIENGES 
5HIRLEY WILENSKY 





FAYE DUNAWAY 

BRIGHT McCONNELLj 

SUE WADE 



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yicademy Literary Society 





CHARLES HOOVER 

BILL BURCH 

HALL PEEBLES 




The purpose of the Academy Literary Society is to improve its 
members abilit)- in del:)ates. declamations, and other activities. Under the 
excellent leadership of Mr. J. O. Bostick the club has made great progress 
toward these goals. The enrollment is larger than it has been for several 
years, and a more ambitious program has been undertaken. 

All the members have participated very actively in the programs, 
and have often volunteered to engage in debates. All members have bene- 
fitted greatly from these programs. Everyone attending the meetings of the 
Literary Society has profited in many ways, by receiving training in debat- 
ing, declamation- and an improved knowledge of Proclamatory Law. 

An excellent constitution has been drawn up by the club, and man}' 
other activities have been undertaken. The bi-monthly meetings are well 
attended. It is the hope of our society to make its members better fit 
to become worthv citizens of this communitv. 



PRESIDENT CHARLES HOOVER 

VICE-PRESIDENT BILLY BURCH 

SECRETARY HALL PEEBLES 



0. M. BOGESLOV 
W. C. BURCH 
MARVIN COBURN 
E. DORSEY 

E. A. EPSTEIN 
D. C. GRABILL 
M. HARELIK 
Z. B. HAGLER 

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MEMBERS 

W, HARRIS 
C. E. HOOVER 
W. L. HERNDON 
G. MAXWELL 
N. C. MOSELEY 
J. J. NIXON 
C. P. OWENS 
HALL PEEBLES 



L. POWELL 
BILLY RICHARDSON 
J. ROBERTSON 
L. WILINSKY 
JOE FAULKNER 
RAY STUCKEY 
JAY SAWILOWSKY 
JACK SAWILOWSKY 



Freshman Literajy Society 




The Freshman Literary Society was organized 
and had its first nieeting^ on February 2nd. A group 
of forty enthusiastic boys werf present. The fol- 
lowing boys were elected as officers: Mills Pow- 
lege as president. Hilly Hagler, vice-president. 
Tony Allen, secretary, and Warren Blanchard. as 
chairman of the ])rogram committe. 

We got off to a grand start with interest grow- 
ing by leaps and bounds. .\t each weekly meeting 
we have a program arranged which includes cur- 
rent events, short stories, poems, and a debate. 
Last week we had an interesting debate on whether 
or not we should have coeducation in high schools. 
The boys give careful preparation to each program 
in advance. The training and knowledge of pub- 
lic speaking will prove invaluable in the years to 
come. The Freshman Literary Society promises 



good material for putting Richmond .Academy in 
first rank in the field of ])ublic speaking. The fol- 
lowing is a list of the members of the society : 
Tony .Allen. Ronnie Harksdale, Herbert Bryant, 
Marvin Carpenter. Charles Carter. Jimmie Cavan- 
naugh. H- [. Cook. Jack Cooper. Bobbie Corley, 
Jimmie Evans. Ronald Galloway, Thomas Gibson, 
liilly Hagler, Tom Hagler. Eddie Howell. Benny 
Heath. James Livingston, W. H. Lord. Reginald 
Ma.\weli. Bill Maden. Harry Mertins. Mitchell Ray- 
nes. Jesse Moore, J. B. Pender, Mills Powlege, 
Billy Raines. Gilmer Sale. 
Seago, Phillip Shapiro. J, 
C. S- Spence, Karl Suhr 
Thompson, Steve Wigel, 

We feel very fortunate in having Mr. John B. 
Moore as our sponsor. 



Mickev .'catcher. Clifford 
(). Smith. R. B. Smith, 
Dawson Teagiie. I!. .S. 
Warren Blanchard. 







I^ho Chi 





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JACK HOWARD 
JACK RHODES 



BRIGHT McCONNELL 
SHELDON COHEN 



The Rho Chi is a club expecially for pre-medi- 
cal students. The purpose is to better acquaint its 
members with the medical profession. This is ac- 
complished by programs concerning some phase of 
medicine and by occasional trips to the medical 
school and hospital. The club has its meetings on 
Thursdays. The faculty advisor is Mr. C. A. 
Scruggs, Professor of Chemistry at Junior College 
and Richmond Academy. 



PRESIDENT JACK HOWARD 

VICE-PRESIDENT BRIGHT McCONNELL 

SECRETARY JACK RHODES 

TREASURER SHELDON COHEN 

CHAPLAIN GENE HORNE 



MEMBERS: Grady Deas, Joe Greene, Bill Harris, Henry 
Scoggins, John Seago, Leonard Verdery, John "Whittaker 



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PRESIDENT 
VICE-PRESIDENT 
SECRETARY 
TREASURER 


SigiJui 

GRACE TOOLE 

BETTY LAUTHNER 

MARTHA WIENGES 

JUNE DeBEAUGRINE 



MEMBERS: Coral Banks, Carolyn Broome. June Durden. 
Adtle Farr. Anne Farriba. Audrey Green, Vyvyan Hains, 
Mary Ellis Jones. Betsye Jane Meadows, Mary Merritt, Bet 
ty Middleton, Bobby Poole. Adrienne Tompkins. 




Spanish Club 




MEMBERS: Julian Bugg, Faye Dunaway, Joe Faulkner, Audrey Green, Joyce Hale, Donald Hall, Hoffman Harris, Charles 
Hoover, Norma Hudson, Doris Jones, Bailey Mondy, Clayton Robinson, Martha Wienges, William Eubanks. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT FAYE DUNAWAY 

VICE-PRESIDENT HOFFMAN HARRIS 

SECRETARY JOYCE HALE 

TREASURER BAILEY MONDY 



Salud Amigos! 

This year the Spanish club, under the direction of Dr. 
McDowell, studied Spanish legends and literature aiong 
with the derivation of the Spanish language. One of the 
most interesting highlights of the year was the reading of 
DoTi Qiiixote, the all-time masterpiece of Spanish literature. 
At one of the weekly meetings the club enjoyed the visit 
of a former pupil of Dr. McDowell who now lives in 
Buenos Aires. He talked on the customs and fashions of 
South American life and his eight year old son entertained 
with several Spanish songs. 

The Spanish club has done much toward promoting 
in the school a growing interest in Spanish and the member- 
ship has grown with each meeting. 





The Beta Club 



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The Beta Club is a national non-secret organization 
of high school students. To be eligible for membership, a 
student must have a general yearly average of 85'; or more 
for two years. This club corresponds to Phi Theta Kappa 
in junior colleges and Phi Beta Kappa is senior colleges. 
The recognized Beta Clubs of all schools belong to the 
nationeil chapter. Besides scholastic average, good char- 
acter and commendable attitude are requirements for 
membership. 



MEMBERS 



SENIORS 

HARRY BATLEY 
CHARLES EDWARDS 
PAT EVANS 
SAM FOX 
JOE FAULKNER 
GEORGE HARTH 
[RVIN LEVY 
VAUGHN MAXWELL 

DANE McDowell 

E. L. PERRY 
SIDNEY RAYMES 
FRANCIS SIMPSON 
JAMES E. SMITH 
BOBBY USRY 
LOUIS WOLCOTT 
WUXIAMS 



JUNIORS 



BILLY BURCH 
5EWLL CAMP 
FRANK CHAVEL 
FRANK COCHRANE 
ADRIAN COHEN 
WILLIAM EUBANKS 
KENNETH FREEMAN 
WILLIAM LEE HERNDON 
CARTER HAGLER 
CHARLES E. HOOVER 
JUUUS T. JOHNSON 
WILLIS MILLER 
rVAN PARKER 
HALL PEEBLES 
HAROLD E. PHILLIPS 
BILLY RICHARDSON 
GORDON E. WALTERS 
L. M. WHEATIEY 
W. F. SHIPMAN 
J. N. WILLIAMSON 




VAUGHN MAXWELL 
HARRY BAILEY 



SEWELL CAMP 
PAT EVANS 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT VAUGHN MAXWELL 

VICE-PRESIDENT SEWELL CAMP 

SECRETARY HARRY BAILEY 

TREASURER PAT EVANS 

ADVISOR A. D. GASKIN 



Gold'-'-R^ Society 

Membership in the Gold "R" Society is the highest honor which can be given to an Academy Senior, for 
it is based upon a wide variety of accomplishments in different departments of student life. Students earn gold 
"R" points in club activities and student government, as well as by attaining high scholastic and mili- 
tary ratings. 
The winners of the Gold "R" this year have distinguished themselves as follows: 

Harry Bailey: Honor certificate; three years membership in Hi-Y, Beta Club; Vice-president of Senior Class; 
Varsity basketball letter; "B" Varsity Basketball '43; Merit bar; Commissioned officer; Rainbow staff; Glee Club. 
Jack Banks: Student Council two years; Football letter '44; Basketball letters '43 and '44: Commissioned officer; 
Glee Club; Rainbow staff; Cheerieader '44. 

Pat Evans: Highest honor certificate three years; Hi-Y, Beta Club; Band letter, outstanding cadet in band, win- 
ner of merit bar; Rainbow staff; Debate team. 

Joe Faulkner: High honor certificate three years; Class officer two years; Beta Club; Commissioned officer; Glee 
Club; Literary Society; Rainbow staff; Debate team; Declamation team. 

Sam Fox: Honor certificate three years; Beta Club; Hi-Y; Commissioned officer, best drilled cadet 1944, two 
merit bars; Glee Club; Literary Society two years; Debating team two years. 

George Harth : Honor certificate three years; Beta Club; Hi-Y; Commissioned officer; Glee club; 
Musketeer staff; Rainbow staff. 

Vaughn Maxwell: Honor certificate three years; Freshman class officer; Student Council; Hi-Y; Beta 
Club; Commissioned officer; Varsity Golf letters two years; Rainbow; Glee Club. 

Jack Sherman: Honor certificate one year; Student Council '43-'44; Class officer '42-'43; Hi-Y; Com- 
missioned officer; Rifle team letter two years; Deliate team; Contestant in Declamation Contest. 

Wilbur Smith: Honor certificate one year; Football letters '43 and '44; "B" Varsity basketball '42; 
Friedman's Trophy '43; Class officer three years; First Sergeant; Rainbow staff. 

Bobby Usry: Highest honor certificates three years; Beta Club; Hi-Y; Commissioned officer; Rifle team letter 
two years; Debate team; Contestant in Declamation Contest. 




Boys Gkc Club 




MEMBERS OF THE BOYS GLEE CLUB 



BILLY BRIDGES 
JACK BANKS 
GENE BRUKER 
BILL BLANCHARD 
JOHN ASHLEY 
JACK SHERMAN 
JOE HENDERSON 
BOBBY PHILLIPS 
BILLY POWERS 
B. R. MITRRAY 
H. J. ARLON 
F. F. RUSH 
VAUGHN MAXWELL 



EARL ANDERSON 
SAM FOX 

f. w. mitchell 
horace usry 
::arl moran 
john adams 
jimmy babbitt 
donald hall 
howard merry 
a. e. whitlock 
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CORAL BANKS 
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MARGIE GIBBS 
FAYE GRAMMAR 
AUDREY GREEN 
VYVYAN HAINS 
LeVAUGN HAWKINS 
MARTHA HOGAN 
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR JUNIOR 

COLLEGES 

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HONORARY MEMBERS 



STUDENT MEMBERS; 



C. G. CORDLE 
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N. L. GALLOWAY 
J. T. HAINS 
E. W. HARDY 
A. P. MARKERT 
H. O. READ 
C. A, SCRUGGS 
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JOHN CLARK 
LOULIE DUNN 
POLLY JO EVANS 
JACK HOWARD 
NATALIE JOLLES 
ANNE KELLY 
JOELLE RUSH 
SUZZANNE WADE 



The U, S, Cadet Nurses Corps 

af the 
Junior College of Augusta 



Tlio first class of L'. S. Cadet Xurscs cntL-rcd tlu' Junior 
College at the heginiiiiig of the second semester, January 21st, 
1944. Two other classes followed in order each sexenteen weeks. 

The contribution of these }oung ladies to the .spirit and 
life of the college has heen quite as noteworthy as the contribution 
of the college to them. To say this is to speak of them as ideal 
students. 

First of all, these }dung women brought to their school 
tasks a seriousness of purpose seldom seen among young students. 
They realized that they had chosen the world's noblest jirofession 
and that they were also responding to their country's call for a 
needed service. Xo group of students has ever maintained a more 
])erfect record of attendance or a higher standard of academic ex- 
cellence. Above all else, they brightened our halls with their 
cheerfulness. They gave to their teachers appreciative coopera- 
tion. To the administration they gave a beautiful loyalty. I-et 
it be recorded here that our Cadet .Xurses were an inspir.ntion and 
will always be remembered as one of the loveliest choicest groups 
of young women who ever jiassed thru the Junior College. 



CADET NURSES — GRADUATES JUNE 2, 1944 



ELIZABETH SARAH BARTLES 
NELLIE MAE BECK 
CAROL BLANCHARD 

MARY McDonald christian 

JUDITH COOPER 

Jt;LIA kathryn corbin 

ELIZABETH DENT 
JAJ«: ELLEN FOX 
KATHRYN REBECCA HARLING 
BETTY ANNE JACKSON 
NELLIE RUTH JONES 
ESTHER CAMILLA KING 
DOROTHY JUANITA LINDLER 



SHIRLEY MILLER 
MABEL ELIZABETH MOORE 
FLORENCE ELLEN MORRIS 
DORIS ANN RACHELS 
ETHEL RUTH SOUTH 
ELIZABETH MINA VEALE 
FRANCES MURIEL WARREN 
BETTY WELLS 

RACHEL DUDLEY WHITAKER 
HARRIETT SINCLAIR WOFFORD 
WILLIE LEE WOODRUFF 
LORENE EDMUNDS WOODWARD 
DOROTHY INEZ YON 



GRADUATES SUMMER 1944 



BETTY JAMES BARTLETT 
MAE DEE BELL 
MARY TRAVIS BROOME 
BERNICE ESTELLE BRYAN 



BETTY LEWIS COLLIER 
ROSE MYRTIS JORDAN 
EMILY GORDON SMITH 
GEORGIA ANN SNELL 



GRADUATES FEBRUARY 1, 1945 



WILLIE ETHEL BROWN 
JANET BUSSELL 
VIRGINIA EVELYN COLLINS 
MIRIAM EUGENIA EVERETT 
ELMA LOUISE GRIFFIIS 
FRANCES DELORES HALL 
MARTHA ANNE HEFFERNAN 
JOYCE ANNE JOHNSTONE 
ELIZABETH RICE JOLLEY 
ELIZABETH ANN McNAIR 
LULA McNEELY 



ELEANOR FRANCES MORRIS 
SYLVIA PARKER 
ELIZABETH LOUISE REESE 
GENE SCOTT 
IDA VIRGINIA SIKES 
ALLIE M. SINGLETARY 
ETHEL ELIZABETH SMITH 
FRANCES LEE SORGEE 
MARY HELEN TIMMERMAN 
CAROLYN VIRGINIA WATERS 
ERNESTINE MARIE WATERS 





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OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 
LEONARD HEARD 



VICE-PRESIDENT 
SHIRLEY HAMMACK 



SECRETARY 
CHARLES SULLIVAN 



TREASURER 
JACKIE PYLE 



FACULTY ADVISOR 
E. M. HORNE 





The Vocational Agricultural work was 
' idded to the Academy curriculum this year 
lecause of a feeling on the part of the school 
.fficials that such training is higly desirable 
.n account of the number of rural students 
lUending the Academy. Their participation 
n this High School Agricultural class en- 
iiles them to join the Future Farmers of 
America. 

The F. F. A. has been organized to give 
)oys training in specific farming. The A. R. 
Chapter is only one of the many chapters 
n Georgia, which has a state membership of 
ipproximately 10,000 boys. Four degrees 
ire offered to the young farmers. They are: 
Green Hand," "Junior Farmer", "Georgia 
Planter", and "American Farmer". The de- 
jrees are awarded according to the accomp- 
ishments of the students in their practice 
trograms which they carry on at their homes. 
These programs include the raising of live- 
itock, and crops, and the improvements of 
he home farm. 

The Community Canning Plant under the 
nipervision of the Department of Vocational 
\griculture canned over thirty six thousand 
ians of fruits, meats, and vegetables. This 
;en thousand dollar canning plant, the most 
nodem and complete in the state, serves 
jver nine hundred families. It was built and 
linanced by the Augusta Marketing Com- 
nission. 

The motto of the F. F. A. is "Learning 
;o do, Doing to learn. Earning to live, Liv- 
ng to serve". A great deal of enthusiasm 
s being shown by the boys in their class 
ivork and in their home projects. The Ac- 
idemy F. F. A. meets one night each month. 





WILLIAM E. ADAM 
JAMES AVERY 
HILDGER BROWN 
L. B. CADDEN 
HERBERT CADLE 
IRVIN CHENEY 
ERVIN CLARK 
WILLIAM CRAWTORD 
HAROLD DYE 
W. E. EDWARDS 
GUY FREEMAN 
[NIARD GIBBS 
WILLIS GODOWNS 
SHIRLEY HAMMACK 
ELMO HATCHER 
LEONARD HEARD 
BOBBY HORNE 
WILBURN HOWARD 
MONROE JOHNSON 
BILLY JONES 
GER.ALD JONES 
JAMES JONES 
DERWENT LANGLEY 
ERNEST N. NELSON 
JACK NEWTON 
JERRY OHARA 
ROBERT PEACOCK 
JACKIE PYLE 
CARL RADFORD 
CARL RICKERSON 
CHARLES SMALLEY 
CHARLES SULLIVAN 
THOMAS TOOLE 
BOBBY WHALEY 
CHARLEY WRIGHT 
R. YOUNGBLOOD 



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Enamoured Architect of 
Airy Rhyme ... 



Enamoured archilecl of airy rliyme, 

Build as thou wilt, liccd not what t-ach man says : 
Good souls, liut inniic-nt nf dreamers' ways. 

Will come, and marvel why thou wastcst time: 
Others, beholding how thy turrets climl) 

'Twixt theirs and heaven, will hate thee all thy days; 
But most beware of those who come to praise. 

O wondersmith, O worker in sublime 
And heaven-sent dreams, let art be all in all ; 

Build as thou wilt, unspoiled by praise or blame, 
liuild as thou wilt, and as thy light is given; 

Then, if at last the airy structure fall. 
Dissolve, and vanish — take thyself no shame. 

They fail, and they alone, who have not striven. 

Thomas I'.ailev Aldrich 



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There are phantoms on your hills, sweet land — 

Phantoms wand'ring down the path and o'er the bridge, 

And through the soft damp sand 
Beside your streams. • . 

There's a pale thin wraith of night — poor ghost ! 

Who faintly gleams above your sunlit bridge. . . 
Low hum the pines an echoed boast: 

"Undying dreams !" 

Undying dreams. . . 




HOME 

On the other side of yonder hill. 

Just bej'ond that old, old mill. 

Is a beautiful place called Home. 

My father's in his chair asleep, 
My mother must her duties keep, 
This is home. 

My brother sitting by the fire 

Watches the flames leap hig-her and higher. 

This is home. 

.\nd then another day is here, 
And nothing in the world to fear. 
This is home. 

—Luther Fuhner. Jr., A.R.C, '47 



TO THE DEAD 

'S'ou Cannot hear tlie victors" song — the Mothers' quiet 

I'raycr — the praises of those you loved. 

Vou lie here, on foreign soil, lost in Freedom's cause — 

Who can say you died in vain who fell so far from his 

Native shores? 

Vou died that children might laugh again — 

That men might turn to God. 

Who can say what you wrought 

Who liberated humanity's heart and soul? 

Vour life was lost on a trail of glory 

That led out of the dusk into dawn, 

Xot I alone stand here at your side — 

■N'or I alone who place this wreath at your grave; 

My heart is the heart of a universe — 

This wreath a symbol of our love. 

God be with you who keep vigil 

'.\cath I'reediim's skies- 

— I'vt Charles H. Walters, A.R.C, '35 
(From Ictaly. September, 1944) 



LINES TO EVENING 

Now the quiet of evening ci:nies, 

.\ hush o'er everything; 
Winds blow softly through the pines; 

Soon the night will reign- 
With velvet darkness, silver stars, 

She comes on peaceful wing. 
— Merrie Overstreet 



TONIGHT 

The night creeps in with stealthy ])acc 
.\nd robes the earth's dew drenched face, 
While in the shadows may be heard 
The quiet singing of a bird. 
And like a phantom sweeps the breeze. 
Rustling through the sleeping trees- 
Hark, now I hear a whippoorwill 
Chanting from yimdcr far off hill. 
But suddenly the night .gmws still. 
While pleasant dreams my fancy fill, 
.-\nd round me now the night doth close, 
.\s earth lies hushed in dee|) repose. 

—Sue Wade, J.C.A. '45 



THE RATIONALIST 



THE COTTON PICKER 



He looks at the world through an iron grate. 
All the softness and plasticity of nature 
Is measured out into small squares 
And inflicted with corners. 

— Charles Benson, J.C.A. '46 



With sun-seared back 

With parched arms and heat-dulled lirain 

He bends. . . 

With bloody fingers 

He plucks softness, whiteness. 

— Charles Benson, T.C-.\. '46 



"^oth Sides of the Tclrcision Picture 



Elaborate plans arc now being made for the 
introduction of television into many towns and 
communities during the immediate post-war period. 
Radio manufacturers already have accumulated 
large stacks of transmitter and equipment orders 
for future delivery. Every week the Federal Com- 
munications Commission is passing on new license 
applications for television stations, and frequency 
assignments will soon be made to take effect after 
the war. 

A low frequency radio signal can travel for 
several thousand miles, but it is useless for tele- 
vision as it cannot transmit a clear picture- The 
image appears badly blurred like a photograph tak- 
en when the camera is out of focus. 

On the other hand, a high frequency radio sig- 
nal in the neighborhood of 100. Megacycles (A 
megacycle is a thousand kilocycles.) can transmit 
a sharp, clearly defined picture. The big defect 
lies in the fact that these high frequency radio sig- 
nals, used in television, cannot travel along the 
earth's surface for a distance greater than about 40 
miles. This 40 mile limit holds true regardless of 
the power of the transmitter. 

In the broadcast field, a 50,000 watt transmit- 
ter like W.L.W. can cover the United States with 
its signal- By contrast, a 50.000 watt television 
transmitter would not provide reception beyond a 
distance of -40 miles. For this reason television 
will be introduced in the immediate post-war era 
through the medium of a great many widely-scat- 
tered local stations, rather than by means of one 
iir two very powerful transmitters. 



The owner of a television receiving set is limit- 
.'d to one video station that he can tune in on, pro- 
vided, of course, that he lives within 40 miles of the 
local transmitter. The only exception occurs in 
some large city like \ew York or Chicago where 
:here might be two television transmitters within 
the 40 mile radius of his home- All commercial 
television transmitters are being assigned very high 
radio frequency signals (frequencies) by the Fed- 
eral Communications Commission. 

The image on a modern television screen is 
just as clear and gives just as much detail as does 
the very best 'black and white' photographs of a 
similar size. Moving ])ictures similar to those 
shown at the local theaters may l)e easily transmit- 
ted by television. Today a large number of phono- 
ijra])h records are being diverted into transcription 
libraries of the broadcast to be played on the air. 
In the future a large number of moving picture 
films will be diverted to the film libraries of tele- 
vision studios. In other words the moving picture 
film will be the same thing to a television station 
that a phonograjjh is to a broadcast station- 

()f the three large radio manufacturers who 
are active in the technical development of televi- 
sion, only one is interested in color television. Ex- 
perimental results in this new field are rather en- 
couraging; however, due to technical difficulties, 
it apjjears that the transmission of pictures in their 
natural color is still several years in the future. 

—J. L. Talley 



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WHY? 



END OF THE ROAD 



If I hut knew wliy God was willing 

To place a girl with light and carefree ways, 

Into the midst of millions like her. 

Into the midst of martyrs and saints, 

Into the midst of great names and deeds, 

Into the midst of His Promised Land. 

To see the horror and strife of today. I ask. 

Or more likely the loveliness of everyday? 

Or, for the courage to seek and discover 
His motive! 

Till then I shall console myself and say — • 

"i'was for the joy of living. 

—Grace Toole. J.C.A., '45 



The end of the road has come. 

I am satisfied. I have no fear 

Of that to come. My life is done- 

I have done the best I could 

To he worthy of the gift of life. 

Now I turn my hack 

On the world of sorrow and strife 

The things I have done are done. 

They can't be helped. T would not. 

If I could, postpone my life longer. 

I have lived my life i4' joy and sorrow. . . 

.\nd now. I am ready for — tomcjrrow. 

— Merrie Overstreet. T.CA.. '45 



FIRES 

■•"irelight flickers and glimmers and burns; 

Embers settle and smolder and die ; 
And the light goes out, 
.-\nd the warmth goes out. 

Leaving ashes in which man discerns 

Xo meaning or sign to signify 

The service it rendered. — and. rendering, died. 

Soul-fires slowly, then brilliantly flame. 

Sometimes seeming to smolder and die. 
And the light to go out. 
And the warmth to go out. 

Leaving nothing but ashes. — or shame. 

.■\ wing of a word, a breath, or a sigh 

May call back the glow, the flame, and the fire. 

— Henry O- Read 



OLD LETTERS 



GIFT 

Kate gave to me a ray of light — 

The thrill of summer laughter. . . 

i?ut took it back to make more black 
The night that followed after. 

— Meara McKic. f.C-A. '45 



S])(jkcn words soon die. 

Leaving naught but a haunting echo 

Etched upon the mind and heart 
Of the hearer; 

Written words live, but lie 
Uormanl. feigning death. . . 
.'\ll ready to live again, their 
X'ibrant warmth impart again, 
.\i)(\ bring forgotten voices 
Ever nearer. 
— Meara McKie. TC.,\.. '45 




"MITH CONFIDENCE IN 
OUR ARMED FORCE S— 
MITH THE UNBOUNDING 
DETERMINATION OF OUR 

PEOPLE 

NE WILL GAIN THE 

INEVITABLE TRIUMPH- 
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To Art 



SWEET SIXTEEN 

Too old for toys 

Too young for men ; 

So I'm to yen 
For nnlv bovs — 



And yet. al1)eit 

These children dressed 
Like men inii)ressed 

Me not a bit. . . 

Meara McKie, J.C.A.. "45 




THE SOPHOMORE STUDY WORRIES 

Our Science class is just a bump. 

It's just like going across the "Hump". 

Its altitude is so very high. 

You know yourself you just get by. 

Tlie math class is such a pest. 
It doesn't look like you "Everest". 
Sometimes the math is quite all right, 
.-\nd then again you study all night. 

The English class is another worry, 
-And I mean you really have to scurry. 
You can't get l)y on a bluff. 
Because you have to know your stuff. 

Last but not least is Citizenship- 

I know that stuff is really a "pip ". 

The teacher he says come back after school. 

And when he says that, it's really a rule. 

— Wiiikie Harris. .\.R.C., '47 



EARLY AND LATE 

Gee! I'm early, why It's only a quarter to nine — 

Into the .girl's ronm I go to powder this nose of mine. 

[ should give my history a few minutes more. 

Oh, shu.x! Reading of the past is just a bi)fe! 

But psvcholirgv is where I really shine. 

It taught me some of those tricks of mine. 

\merican poetry and prose gets confused like "these and 

those" 

Jh! There's the bell to chemistry class I go, 

Ciec ! I would spill powder all over my clothes. 
Sure hope I don's get HCl mixed up with U-S.O. 
Oh ! Mercy me, gi>odness gracious, ( )h ! what a fate ! 
I'm not fifteen minutes early I'm forty-five 

minutes late ! 

— Maxinc Shapiro, J.C..\., '4.^ 



SCHOOL MAN POWER PBOBLEM 





HELLO WHO'S THE BOY?" 





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L00>; KID. YOU GOING TO T4Kn 
US CL'T TONIGHT. OR ELSE. " 



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FLOWERS 

lltlllin'N FMIIIINT 

Cor. A. R. C. Ave. and Jr. 
College Blvd. 

Phone 3-4406 - 3-4407 



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JERNIGAN 
HARDWARE CO. 

1033-39 Broad Street 



BON AIR HOTEL 

Top of the Hill 
Augusta's Finest 



Compliments of 

AUGUSTA 
AMUSEMENT CO. 

MILLER THEATER 

The South's Most Beautiful and 
Modem 

IMPERIAL - MODJESKA 
RLALTO 

and Dreamland Theaters 



Compliments of 

HOMEFOLKS 
CIGAR STORE 

Cigars Magazines 
Sodas 



Compliments of 

TOWN TAVERN 

647 Broad St. 



CLASS OF 1945 

We Offer Tou Our Heartiest Congratulations 

Your life has just begun. Many of you will seek higher educational 
advantages, while others of you will begin your hfe work immediately. 
Yet, no matter where you are, or what type of work you are engaged in, 
all of you are sure to have a home some day. Therefore, whether home 
to you will mean an apartment for two, or simply "a room with a view," 
we urge you to start the practice early in life, shopping and saving on all 
personal and home needs at Sears, Roebuc\ & Co., "Tour Family Store 
in Augusta." 



SEilRS. ROEBUCK Al mUM 



Broad Street at the Monument 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Dial 2-7575 



Congratulations to 

The Graduating Class 
FROM A FRIEND 



SERVICE CENTER 

Road Service, Tires, Batteries 
and Accessories 

Walton Way at 15th Street 
PHONE No. 2-9257 



Compliments of 


BENTLEV BROTHERS 


Furniture Company 


"The Store of Friendly Service' 



Compliments of 

Mrs. Cheshire's 
Curb Market 

'For the Very Best in Fresh Fruits 
and Vegetables" 

CURB SERVICE 




Wm. Schweigert 




Gardelle's Drug, 


& Co. 




Store, Inc. 


846 Broad Street 




"Where Friends Meet" 


Augusta. Georgia 




Broad at Seventh 
Phone 2-6611 


Jewelry, Gifts, Novelties 




"The Rexall Store" 


Compliments 






Genei-al Tire & 




FAIVIILV LAUNDRY 


Supply Co. 




.544 Reynolds Street 


llfi.-) Brosid Street 






AuRiisla. (Jeorgia 




CRYSTAL 


Texaco Products 

General Tires 
I'rest-O-I.ite 




LAUNDRY 

1803 Walton Way 


Batli-rii's 










Mahlstedt & 


Compliments of 




Marshal k 

Groceries. Feed, and (Jrain 


Valley Coaches 




1701 Twelfth St. 


Augusta, Ga. 




Dial 2-26.51 

IKi Thirteenth St. 
Dial L'-7():.() 


Meyer's 
Prescription Shop 

Carl G. Meyer, Prop. 




Real Estate Sales — Loans 
Insurance 

Property Management 

Over 27 Years' Experience 


Prescriptions and Drugs 




Blanchard & 


(; round Floor S. F. C. BIdK. 




Calhoun Realty C^. 


Augusta. Ga. 




Augusta, (Ja. Dial 2-6621 



AUGUSTA 

SPORTING GOODS 

COMPANY 

EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS 



Academy and Junior College Athletic Wear 
Spalding and Goldsmith Athletic Equipment 
Golf, Tennis, Basketball & Football Supplies 



Complete Fishing and Hunting Equipment 



210-12 Eighth Street Dial 2-6007 



Compliments of 

GEORGIA 
HARDWOOD 
LUMBER CO. 



Manufacturers and 
Exporters 



S. F. C. Building 



Dial 2-5317 



MAXWELL 
BROTHERS 

FURNITURE 



Frig-idaires — Philco Radios 
Draperies 



Phone 2-5526 



933-35 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 



MORGAN TRUCK 
AND TRACTOR CO. 



International Trucks 
Farmall Tractors 



101 7th Street 



Augusta, Ga. 




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CONGRATULATIONS 



from 




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Successors to Saxon-Cullum 



Compliments 
of 



Central Cleaners 



608 BROAD ST. 



Compliments 




of 


Ed L. 


Stelling 



Compliments 
of 

Eastern 
Motor Co. 

"Your Oldsmoblle Dealer" 

595 Broad St. 
PHONE 2-2655 



Compliments 
of 

Doris Jewelers 

913 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 

PHONE 2-2972 



Compliments 
of 



S. & S. Cafeteria 



"House of Quality Foods" 



"The Souths Oldest Nursery" 



Friiitlaiicl Nurseries 



"Everything That's Beautiful" 



Best Wishes 



FRED YARBROUGH CO. 

FOOD BROKERS 



Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, 
and Radios 



"THE HOUSE OF DIAMOND 
VALUES" 



MARGARET LOTZ 



Specialty Shop 



DIAL 2-5937 



827 Greene St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 


Sinikiiis Seed (Company 


987 Broad Street 


DIAL 2-8157 



Compliments 
of 



King Finance Co, 

25 Johnson Bldg. 



Compliments 
of 



Hotel Ricliniond 




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MrElniiiri'iu FiiriiiliiiT Co., Inc. 

'Turniture That Endures" 

Krochler Living: Room Suites 

Coles Hot Blast Heaters and Circulators 

Florence New Perfection Oil Stoves 



923 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 




TaAOt>M*RK 



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(Unipanv 

Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
ROADS AND REVENUE 

Of Richmond County 



F. H. HOOPER, Chairman 

F. R. MILES 

R. P. MAYO 

C. H. PITTS 

C. T. SANDERS 

E. C. MERTINS, Treasurer 

W. H. SHERMAN, Clerk 



GEORGIA LOAN OFFICE 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY. 

LUGGAGE, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

AND ACCESSORIES 



1028 Broad St. 



Dial 2-9342 



STARK-EMPIRE 

CLEANING 

Cash and Carry Service 



NOAH'S ARK 

"We Buy and Sell Anythins of A'alue" 

Electrical and Household Appliances 
Repaired 



DIAL 2-2S.1S 



226 - 12TH ST. 



Compliments of 

The Buckeye Cotton Oil 
Company 

Manufacturers of 
COTTONSEED PRODUCTS 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 







ALFRED M. BATTEY 

Investment Securities 
Real Estate, Insurance 

Southern Finance Building 



CARL HAGIN 
DELUXE PAINT SHOP 

Aufo Top — Seat Covers 

Upholstering 

Wrecked Cars Rebuilt and 

Auto Painting 

836 Reynolds Augusta, Ga. 

Dial 2-6757 



GEORGIA HATTERS 

SHOE REPAIRING 

219 8th St. Dial 2-4094 

B. A. Gavalas, Prop. 





Compliments 




of 


s. 


H. KRESS AND 




COMPANY 


5c 


- lOc - 25c STORE 


834 B 


road St. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

The Richmond Hotel 
BEAUTY SHOP 

Lobby of Richmond Hotel 



DIVINE SHOPPE 



Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 



828 Broad St. Phone 2-2908 



BUSY BEE CAFE 

"Oldest Place in Town" 

Western Steaks of 
All Kinds 

Very Best of Foods Served 
GS8 Broad St. Dial 2-6256 





Compliments 

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W. C. IVEY COAL 


COMPANY 


36 Years ol Serving Augusta 


"Good Coal at All Times" 


lOOS Roberts Street 


Dial 2-8218 Augusta, Ga. 



GEORGE C. BAIRD & CO. 

Certified Public Accountant 

Audits . . . Systems . . . Taxes 
1505-06 S. F. C. BUILDING 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

John F. Brickie and Co. 

Bicycles, Lawn Mowers 
and Repairs 



WILLIAM J. 
HEFFERNAN, JR. 

REAL ESTATE — LOANS 
INSURANCE 



1 26 Eighth St. 



Dial 2-2931 



BICYCLES 


- MOTORCYCLES 






Pennzoil 


R. 


L. SUMERAU & CO. 


1248 


Broad 


St. Dial 2-5301 



The Planters Cotton Oil Co., inc. 



Augusta, Ga. 



GREAR'S, INC. 



FURNITURE 



1204-06 BROAD STREET 



Comp/iments 
from 

THE BOSTON HATTERS 



MY SHOP. Inc. 

832 Broad St. Dial 2-7421 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Zmart Apparel for 
Smart Women 




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the Courtesy of 

Dr. R. E, Anderson 

Dr. Edward Clark, D. S. 
Dr. S. W. Fennell 



Dr. Charles T. Hall 



Dr. H. W. Haukim 



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Dr. R. L. Henry, Sr. 
Dr. R. L. Henry, ]r. 

Dr. Vaughn L. Maxwell 
Dr. Carl N. Moore 
Another Dr. Friend 



This Page Made Possible Through 
the Courtesy of: 



Dr. J. F. Burdashaw 
Dr. J. H. Butler 
Dr. Ralph H. Chaney 
Dr. W. J. Cranston 
Dr. Eugene Matthews 
Dr. R. C. McGahee 
Dr. R. L. Rhodes 
Dr. T. Victor Roule 
Dr. J. W. Thurmond 
Dr. C. D. Ward 
Dr. Geo. W. Wright 



Another Dr. Friend 





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Compliments of 

DeLiixe Cleaners 

C. F. Hightower. Prop. 
315 8th St. Dial 2-4325 



Georgia 
Iron \Vorks 

Manufacturers of 

I'hosphale .Mininj; Machinoiy. 

Sand and DiedjiinK I'unips 

Hydraulic Equipment 

Augusta, Ga. 

Established 1S91 



The Student's Store 

J. C. Penny Co., Inc. 

810 Broad St. 

"It Pays to Shop at Penny's" 



Wash At 
Hulse Laundry 

"Just a Good One" 

3-4451 Di3l 2-2460 

A Senice to Fit Every 

Budget 



Phone 3-6271 
H. T. Green, Prop. 

Thomas 
Luncheonette 

FRIED CHICKEN 
SHRIMP — BARBECUE 

2307 MiUedgeville Rd. 
Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Bassford 
and Co. 

Office and Plant 
S12, SI I Reynolds 



Fresh Milk Cows 
For Sale 

At All Times 

A. J. iMoree 

7' 2 Miles: Milledgevillc Rd. 
Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Ruben's 
Department Store 

"Augusta's Only Home 
Owned Department Store" 

914-lfi-18 Broad Street 
Phone 2-6671-2 



F. E. Ferris & Compny 



'Clothes of the Better Kind for Men, 
and Fashions for Youth" 



HICKEY FREEMAN 



DOBBS 
ARROW 



752 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



The Jones Furniture 
Company 



Established 1896 



■ 1010 Broad Street 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



For Better Values in 
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry 
VISIT 

DECKUM Q. lONES 

'-'eTTER ^^ ^EWELERS 

M. A. Beckum W. C. Jones 

Better Prices . . . Repairing . . . Engraving 



Compliments of 

J. G. Cushman 

and 

James T. Ramsey 

HERNDON'SCAFE 



Lockhart, McAuliffe and 
Company 

Real Estate — Renting 
Insurance — Surety Bonds 

807 Broad Street 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



Skinner Auto Supply 
Company 





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DRINK 


^ COIA ^ 


Best By Taste Test 



Compliments 
of 

GREENE'S 



A Hotel of Distinction 

The 
PARTRIDGE INN 

THE 
BAMBOO ROOM 

Augusta's Smartest Grill 





Compliments 




of 


T. E. 


NORVELL CO. 


842 


Reynolds Street 



Enjoy 
Deli- 



ll£id FRIED CHICKEN 
Southern Style 

Al 8lh 

PICK 

YOUR 
PIECES 



Do 



T-BONE 
STEAKS 
FRIED and 
STEWED 
OYSTERS 

A Pleasant Convenient 

Em^ironment 



The 



Steps 



THE CHICKEN STICK 

Broad al 8lh 

CALL YOUR ORDERS 

PHONE 2-6093 



Compliments of 

THE 

QUALITY SHOP 

FOR MEN 

CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS 
FURNISHINGS 

874 BROAD STREET 

Satisfied With Small Profits 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



FRANK RENICK 



Exclusive Alen's Wear 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



League, Duvall & Powell 



Real Estate and General Insurance 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Georgia Vitrified Brick 
And Clay Company 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

Sikes Coal and Coke Company 

1498 Wrightsboro Road 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



. T. Sanders 



C. K. Fields 



Auto Electric and Carburetor 
Service 

We Specialize in 
IGNITION and CARBURETOR WORKS 

Phone 2-3638 608 Ellis Street 

AUGUSTA. GA. 




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"Since 1889" 




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AUGUSTA 




Compliments 




LUMBER CO. 




of 




T 




COWART 






RECAPPING CO. 




Building Material 




509 11 Broad St 




Lumber - Millwork 




Phone 2-5818 




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"When you think of Recaps 
Think of Cowart Caps" 




Dial 2-1813 








Augus+a, Ga. 




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Royal Garage 








and Tire Co. 




The Southern 




722 Ellis St. 




Cotton Oil Co. 




Gas - Oil - Washing 
Greasing 




Manufacturers 




Tire Repairs — Vulcanizing 




Cotton Seed Products 




Recapping 




High Quality Fertilizer 




24-HOUR SERVICE 




Augusta, Ga. 




Phone 2-2725 






■ 


Meredith 




Compliments of 




Optical Co. 




Southeastern 




Optometrists and Opticians 




Fur Company 




740-42 Broad Street 




91 1 Greene St. 




Augusta, Ga. 




Augusta, Ga. 





Compliments of 

Phoenix Oil Co. 

Fuel Oil 

Wm. Penn Motor Oil, Greases 
Sanitary Supplies 



700 TWIGGS 



DIAL 2-5321 



You'll Feel Like New 

Bill's Barber Shop 

W. E. "Bill" Williams, Prop. 

Always the Best 

Ladies' and Children's Work a Specialty 
Southern Finance Corp. BIdg. (Lobby) 

Augusta, Ga. Phone 2-7824 



Sherman & Hemstreet 



Inc. 



Reali 



ors 



Hill & Mulligan Produce Co. 



Whol 



esale 



FruHs, Produce and Groceries 



Compliments 
of 

W. Inman Curry 

Richmond County, Georgia 



Willingham Automobile 
Finance Corp. 

"A Home Company for Home Folks" 



1 39 -8th Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



McDonald's 



"The Hill" 



Groceries and Meats 



1401 MONTE SANO 



DIAL 3-4481 





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Compliments of 

Emory Williamson 
Company 

Brokers and Distributors 



Compliments of 

Reliable Transfer 
Company, Inc. 

(Jeneral Offices 
Auffusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

John J. Miller 
Company 



Compliments of 

Ferris Auto 
Storage 

816 Ellis Street 



Compliments of 



Sam L. McCreary 



Merchandise Broker 



Compliments of 



E. R. Davis Coal Co. 



1533 Broad St. 



Compliments of 

Interstate 
Coffee Co. 



Compliments of 



McELMURRAY & CO., INC, 



EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE 



DISTRIBUTORS OF 

ROBINHOOD ENRICHED FLOUR 



1553 BROAD STREET 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



Blow Pipe Rock Wool Insulation 

BUILT UP ROOFING 



Modern Roofing & Metal 
Works 



The Best in RoofitiQ^ mid 
Sheet Metal Work 



646 Reynolds St. Phone 2-2223 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



BENTLEY & THOMPSON 

FURNITURE 

901 Broad Street 



DIAL 2-6508 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



CoDiplnneiits 
of 

RIVERSIDE MILL 

Augusta, Georgia 






SCOTT'S MEAT MARKET 

LYNWOOD SCOTT, Prop. 



Featuring 

NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS 

POULTRY AND SEA FOOD 

FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES 

AND GROCERIES 



Cu+e and Pret+y — Short 


and 


tall, 








They all 


stay 


tuned to 


this 


call 








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The 


Blue 


Network 




Augusta's 








Home Owned Station 







Compliments of 

Hull. Barrett, 

Willingham, 

Towell 

Southern Finance Building 



Compliments of 

C. T. Pund& Co., 
Inc. 

GROCERS' SPECIALTIES 

and Paper Products 

97! BROAD ST. 




lauSSen^S 




F A V ORED OVERA ^====:=^¥u4fiCieaC^ YEARS 





Sales 


cDid Service 




Walker-Durant Motor Co., 


Inc. 




"You, 


Ford Dealer" 




Broad 


at I4tli St. 


Phone 


2-5371 



Congratulations 



to 



The Class of '45 
from 

AUGUSTA 
HARDWOOD CO. 

Molly Pond Road 

Phone 2-6436 
AUGUSTA, GA. 








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Osbon Auto 
Supply Company 

1275 Broad Street 

New Tires, Batteries 

Recapping and Vulcanizing 

All Size Tires 

Auto Accessories 



Compliments of 



The Richmond Hotel 
Barber Shop 



Compliments of 

Camp Gordon 
Service 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

S. Donald Fortson 
Company 

Mill Supplies 

901 Reynolds Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Sporting Coods 
Photographic Supplies 

Bowen Bros. 
Hardware Co. 

905 Broad Street 
Augusta. (Jeorgia 



N. & W. 
Camera Exchanj>e 

The Only Exclusive Camera 
Store in the City 

"Full Line of Adult 

Games" 

Pholo Supplies 

Authorized Dealer for 

Eastman, Ansco, Argus, 
Bell and Howell, Keystone 

220 8th Street Dial 2-4057 
Augusta, Georgia 



FACE BRICK 



COMMON BRICK 



STRUCTURAL TILE 



MERRY BROS. BRICK & TILE fO. 



Augusta, Georgia 



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Augusta Clearing House Association 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



MEMBER BANKS 

GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK <S TRUST CO. 

CITIZENS (S SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 

THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF AUGUSTA 

UPTOWN BRANCH OF GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK 
<S TRUST CO. 



Members ol F. £>. I. C. and FoderAl Reserve Syslem 



Feedright Milling Company 



Feedright — Tour Friends Forever 



STOCK AND POULTRY FEEDS 



Augusta, Georgia 



With Best Wishes to the ARC-JCA 



WOODWARD LUMBER CO. 



Curtis Millwork Masonite Produtcs 
Dial 24611 Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Farr's Clothiers 

"Bv 'Farr' the Best" 

STUDENT CLOTHES and UNIFORMS 
ARE OUR SPECIALTY 



Dial 2-7002 



833 Broad St. 



Compliments 


of 


Monei liiii Kii^ 


714 ELLIS STREET DIAL 2-9876 




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Congratulations 
1945 Grads! 

from 

J. B. WHITES 

Augusta's Leading Store 
Since 1874 



Compliments 
of 

Lewis and Olive. 
Inc. 

The Rexall Store 

Choose 

Pharmacy as a Profession 



Dan Cohen 
Company 

"Shoes for the 
Entire Family" 

816 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 2-8477 



Best \vi 


^hes for a successful 


seasoi 


for the Academy 




Golf team 


An 

1 


nterested Friend 





H. Shmerling 

JEWELER 
Diamonds - Watches 

CASH OR CREDIT 

910 Broad St. Dial 2-5551 

Augusta, Ga. 



Rinker 
Paint & Glass Co. 

GLASS FOR ALL PURPOSES 

Phone 2-7771 869 Broad St. 

Augusta, Ga. 



Where Quality, Accuracy and 
Fair Policy Prevail" 

Twiggs 

Prescription 

Opticians 

To 
Eye Physicians 

424-23 S. F. C. Bldg. 
Augusta, Ga. 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 
PUBLIC SAFETY 



GEORGIA TRUCK AND 
EQUIPMENT CO. 



Cadillac 
Automobiles 



General Motors 
Trucks 



NINTH ST. DIAL 2-6876 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

CAMPBELL BUILDING 

OFFICES FOR RENT 
W. M. HARISON 



CONGR>)rUL/\rfONS 

to the 

CLASS OF '45 

FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 

826 BROAD ST. 
Augusta, Ga. 



FIFTH • AVE. 


• SHOPPE 


"The Shoppe All Women Know" 


"The Latest First in 


Smart Apparel" 


859 Broad Street 


Dial 2-5114 


Augusta 


, Ga. 





"A Clean Place to Clean 
Clothes" 

WILLIFORD'S 
CLEANERS 

432-4-6 Eighth Street 

Cash and Cany Deliver)- 
Service 

Dial 2-5775 or 2-577(i 

Sub Station Located at 

1912 Walton Way and 
52S Georgia Ave. 

CASH AND CAi;i;V ONLY 



A. ROY KROL SE 

JEWELER 

Expert Watch Repairing 
Located 

Augusta Sporting Goods 

Company 

210-212 Eighth St. 

Phone 2-6007 Augusta, (ia. 



The Beauty Center 

Complete Beauty Service 



Adlaide C. Arndt 
Bessie P. Conlon 
Mattie J. Crawford 



Dial 2-5073 



AUGUSTA 
BEDDING 
COMPANY 

922 Eighth Street 

A Maker of the 

Famous 

PERFECT SLEEPER 

TUFTLESS 

MATTRESS 



Dodge ri\ mouth 

Sales and Service 

Starr Smith 
Motor Co. 

Dial 2-77fil 

523 Broad Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

The Motor Supply 
Co., Inc. 



Stationery Office Supplies 

Office Furniture Steel Letter Files 

Fountain Pens Mechanical Pencils 



Murphy Stationery Co. 

718 BROAD STREET 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA DIAL 2-2122 



HARPER BROTHERS 

Picture Frames 
Art Material and Pictures 



426 - 8TH STREET 



DIAL 2-6907 




successor 
J. WILLIE LEVY CO. 

Exclusive Men's Wear 
Augusta, Georgia 



Frank Goldberg Co, 

724 Broad Street 

Augusta's Oldest Home Owned 
Ladies Apparel Shop 

"Where Smart People 
Meet Smart Fashions" 

Exclusive Agent for Exclusive Agent for 

Carlye Dresses Doris Dodson Dresses 



2>^. (I. W. Ilofij&n, 

OPTOMETRIST 



Ground Floor 



Marion Bldg. 
at the Monument 



Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS 



of 



aiidard Pap(M' fiOiiipaiiy 








"Lowest Price — Maintenance Considered' 



(LIIIE\(i; MOIILKV (ll\STI!l (Tl(l\ ((I. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



SAOWS 



LAUNDRY AND DRY 
CLEANING CO. 

AUGUSTA. GA. 



Best Wishes for the 

Success of Each and 

Every Member of the 

Class of '45. 



Augusta's Leading and 

Reliable 

Tire Recapping Plant 

Since 1939 at 
811 ELLIS STREET 




LL 




TffiE RECAPPING 
COMPANY 

811 Ellis St. Augusta, Georgia 

PHONE 2-4369 

TRACTOR TIRES REPAIRED 
COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE 

Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

GRANSTEVILLE COMPANY 

Makers of Cotfon Cloth Since 1845 

GRANITEVILLE 
South Carolina 

SIBLEY AND ENTERPRISE DIVISIONS 
Augusta, Georgia 



Perkins Lumber Company 

LUMBER — BUILDING MATERIAL 
MILLWORK — DOORS — SASH 

619 Thirteenth St. Augusta, Ga. 





Compliments of 


w. 


F. Grant Company 




"Known for Values" 




930 Broad Street 



Partain's 

ANTIOUE AND FURNITURE 
UPHOLSTERY SHOP 

C. B. Partain, Prop. 

All Kinds of Furniture Repaired 
Antiques a Specialty 



1005 Reynolds St. 



Dial 2-5476 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



Compliments of 



Phillips & Wilson Furniture 
Company 



I 1 62 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Congratulations! 




AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



YOUR STATION 
Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow 



THIS ANNUAL PRINTED BY . 



(TOMMERCL. __ 

Printind Companu 

74.-7 EI_l_IS ST. ^ PHONES / |:|J||. / 





Mmmsmi. 

IIS -119 LU C Kl E STREET 
ATLANTA 3, GEORGIA 



WE HAVE ENJOYED MAKING THE PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE 1945 RICHMOND 
ACADEMY AND JUNIOR COLLEGE ANNUAL. WE KNOW THIS 
RECORD WILL BE A PLEASURE TO YOU IN THE 
YEARS TO COME. 



JjreauLi Stuaio 



Augusta, Georgia 



"STANDARD 



CLASS RINGS 

tor 

Richmond Academy 

(any graduating year) 

write 

H. S. Canfield 

1560 N: Decatur Road Atlanta. Ga. 

Mfg. by 

HERFF-JONES CO. 



also coniplet line of 

Diplomas — Caps & Gowns — Medals — Trophies 

Invitations — Cards 



Ligetts 

the Rexall Store 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



The Furniture Market 



NOW IN THEIR NEW LOCATION 



1019-21 Broad Street 



Dial 2-8941 



I^QcmisisiCEm 




Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. >'. 




School Supplies 



J 



Office Suppli^ 
Co. 



745 ELLIS STREET 



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FUTURE PLAN OF CAMPUS 

EXPLANAXIOM" 

I. Present Plaintt 

2.PROPOSE0 MEMOieiAL- LiBEACZV 

3.PROPOSED Fine Arts Building 

4.PRESEMT St"AD H-JN/\ — ENLARGED 
5.PROPOSED MlHTARV BuiLDiNG 

6. Proposed Vocatioma.i_ Uniit 
7.FuTuRe MErJ's 1?e5idence Site 
S.FuTURE Women's RESlDE^4ce Site 

DBA\A/M By L. J. STAe.<gR^